Andrew brings nearly two decades of professional experience as a landscape architect and his understanding of natural systems to inform all aspects of the planning and design process.
His background in ecology has helped foster a deep appreciation for the beauty and complexity of the natural world and a strong belief that these qualities can be brought to the built environment in meaningful ways. Andrew’s thoughtful approach is characterized by attentiveness to client needs, site conditions, and historical context. His experience spans the full spectrum of project types, with a particular emphasis on creating high quality landscapes for academic and institutional clients.
Andrew holds a Master in Landscape Architecture from Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Science in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Connecticut. Andrew is on the faculty at the Rhode Island School of Design.
At Bonnet Springs Park, ecological challenges inspired Sasaki to use conservation as a main driver of form and function
Some of the most influential and cherished settings on American college campuses are the outdoor spaces that stitch buildings together. How do successful landscapes come to be?
"Great cities have a great park." Creating a special public place out of underutilized, industrial land for the whole Lakeland, Florida community to enjoy