Ayers Saint Gross reintegrated the north quad through improvements to the landscape and hardscape with pedestrian paths and a tree preservation plan.
The new urban landscape includes better sidewalks, new trees and streetlights, and plantings in bioretention areas that makes the block and the city pedestrian-friendly, safe, and more beautiful.
The landscape for this garage serves as a hub for multiple transportation modes and includes a bosque of ginkgo trees, seat walls, and a raingarden.
The landscape design for the 45,000 SF National Library for the Study of George Washington was developed to preserve existing trees, minimize site disturbance, manage stormwater, and control sediment.
This stormwater and landscape management master plan guides the creation of sustainable, functional campus landscapes that integrates stormwater management, open spaces, and connectivity.
The landscape design preserves and enhances the natural landscape to create site amenities including a dining terrace, water garden, and a memorial dedicated to Maryland women veterans.
While distinguishable from the historic landscape, the materials reference the historic estate: gravel walks, cut stone borders and plane tree rows.
The new residential campus landscape connects back to the central campus with brick walkways and open green spaces framed by rows of canopy trees.
New streetscape design for a major transportation route that narrows the roadway, provides a bike lane, and creates a pedestrian-oriented landscape.
This 7-acre complex consists of 10 new buildings and multiple water-efficent campus landscapes, including courtyards and active recreational spaces.
The plan for a major gateway recommends a more cohesive, attractive, pedestrian-friendly, and high-performing vehicular corridor that lives up to its role as a “welcome mat” for Baltimore.