The site of Expo '74, Riverfront Park, is reimagined.
This new park features a Great Lawn, loop paths, sun slopes, informal play meadows and hills, a playground, picnic shelters, barbecues, ponds, and a viewpoint overlooking the in-progress Light Rail line.
A two-mile-long, multi-use trail offers a much-needed safe route through the Washington Park Arboretum.
The world’s first park to achieve Living Building Challenge certification under the Landscape and Infrastructure typology.
Cross Kirkland Corridor Master Plan considers new models of recreation, habitat creation, transportation, and development. It rethinks underutilized land and building stock while simultaneously layering multiple uses and
The reimagining of this four-mile section of rail corridor as a linear park and multi-use trail creates a vision that is as much about gathering, culture, experience and art as it is about physical connections.
The concept plan presents an exceptional opportunity to transform over 900 acres of centrally located land into a diverse and extensive system of parks and open space.
Our work at the Washington Park Arboretum includes the Pacific Connections Garden, the New Zealand Forest, and the Arboretum Trail and North Entry.
A publicly supported, working urban farm provides educational programs, food for local food banks and volunteer and paid programs.
Visitors to the park, adjacent to the Washington State Ferry landing, take pleasure in the chance to see a green roof up close and celebrate the grassroots efforts that built this environmentally sensitive park.
The shaped contours of Jefferson Park recall the decommissioned reservoir that previously occupied this site forming a network of Olmsted-inspired walking paths, lawns and dramatic views of Seattle and the mountains.
The reimagining of this Olmsted Park provides elegant pathways, open views and pedestrian gateways welcoming visitors to enjoy people-watching , oversized chessboards, a children’s play area and expanses of open lawn.
This central park, located in the heart of Issaquah’s Olde Town at the confluence of the East Fork of Issaquah Creek to the main stem, is the crown jewel of Issaquah’s park system.
A 154-acre master plan is shaping this park’s transition from a former naval base into a destination park for active recreation, passive escape and a valued ecological oasis.