The emphasis of ecological design to re-frame Cleveland Flat neighborhood's historically rich but complex conditions.
A downtown back alley transformed into a vibrant public pedestrian plaza and festival space.
An effort to improve the Market Street public realm as a more pedestrian, bicycle, and transit-oriented street.
Designed to complement the diversity of people, land uses, and modes of transit that the Transbay Terminal will provide.
A complex, system-based landscape combines wetland design, infrastructure and open-space.
CMG's Redevelopment Master Plan transforms this former military base at the center of San Francisco Bay into a vibrant new neighborhood.
A 10-acre drainage basin that functions as a public amenity and evinces sustainable stormwater management practices.
The transformation of a civic front lawn into a stormwater treatment garden.
The centerpiece of this sidewalk plaza is a "community table," serving cafe patrons and the neighborhood community alike.
Pedestrian-oriented streetscapes connect public transit, residences, and mixed use programming with open space destinations.