Next stop: Baltimore. What are visitors’ first impression of Baltimore, coming from the north on a train? How do we fix the blight and “post-apocalyptic view” that people see? Watch Adam Ravestein’s thoughtful and poignant 5-minute talk at Ignite Baltimore about this important topic.
Publisher: College Planning & Management Author: Amy Milshtein Undergraduates are embracing sustainable living environments. “Students have taken a lifestyle survey as they move into a residence hall that we have designed to achieve LEED Silver certification,” says Eric Moss, principal and director of student life, Ayers Saint Gross. “They take it again after living in [...]
It’s a place where you’ll often find people playing “beach” volleyball. But someday, it could also hold performances, sculptures and public gardens. Those are some of the ideas Baltimore architectural firm Ayers Saint Gross has for revamping the stretch between Federal Hill and the Inner Harbor so Rash Field is used more by residents and tourists. The designs build upon the city’s goal of making the harbor swimmable and fishable by 2020 and received an award from the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Maryland and Potomac chapters.
Ayers Saint Gross, Baltimore’s largest architecture firm, won an Honor Award in the 19th annual Professional Awards Program by the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Maryland and Potomac chapters for three conceptual designs of Rash Field they created for the Greater Baltimore Committee.
Towson University’s new $11 million gateway off Towsontown Boulevard is nearly complete, and those involved with the project say it’s a key element in setting the campus identity.
If you were in Fells Point on Friday you probably noticed something unusual: landscape architects working to change the look of a simple parking space.
In 1997, the University of Chicago campus was designated a botanic garden by the American Public Gardnes Association (APGA). Since then, with a strong commitment from the school’s administration, money from donors, and excellent design and oversight, the century-old landscape has transformed dramatically.
Developers are reimagining the tourist mecca as a hub for downtown families.
Sweeping redevelopment plans for the Inner Harbor designed by Ayers Saint Gross — including a $900 million multiplex for a new arena, hotel and expanded convention center, and a new look for Rash Field — were unveiled Wednesday by the Greater Baltimore Committee.
The American Society of Landscape Architects has honored Ayers Saint Gross with two awards from two of its Mid-Atlantic chapters.