This new garden atop the SF Museum of Modern Art features a lichen-covered wall framing an outdoor sculpture gallery.
Planning for the expansion of the California Academy of Sciences into its gardens.
Herbs, vegetables, strange ﬂowers and rogue weeds pioneer tiny cracks in the urban landscape.
A unique model for developing discrete sites within the urban, 1,491-acre Presidio National Park.
An undulating and pleached carpinus hedge frames this lush court, which can accommodate 100 guests for black-tie parties.
The front lawn at Daly City’s Serramonte Library transformed into a Stormwater Treatment Garden.
The landscape for an 8-acre campus for a Jewish Community Center and Senior Residences is woven into the street fabric of Palo Alto.
A vibrant and exotic garden atmosphere is achieved with a lush palette of tropical plants for this for this 200 unit condominium.
A small garden with a "rug" of redwood decking framed by concrete. Its "pork chop" outline creates a usable, level space.
A true legend in the recording industry, The Plant has been the “office” of the likes of The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, and other rock and roll superstars.
This courtyard for a 300-unit condo complex enhances views from all levels while providing privacy to residents on the podium level.