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At Sasaki, we believe in the transformative power of place. Places transcend physical spaces, becoming the context and the content of our experience of life. For over sixty years, Sasaki has brought together the best of architecture, interior design, planning & urban design, space planning, landscape architecture, and civil engineering to shape the places in which we live. Out of our Boston, Denver, and Shanghai offices we are defining the contours of place and redefining what’s possible along the way. Today, we are a diverse practice of 300 professionals who share a singular passion for creating spaces and places around the world that prove human potential. Visit https://www.sasaki.com/voices
May 31, 2018 | Sasaki Ideas

Cultivation of airport cities is an emerging development strategy shaped by urban planners, civic leaders, airport executives, and academics.

Urban Planning | February 12, 2018 | Sasaki Ideas Laura Marett, ASLA, LEED AP

While there is no single silver bullet to reverse the effects of climate change, designers can help to plan ahead for handling more water in our ci...

Architects | May 26, 2017 | Sasaki Ideas

Parks departments and designers find new approaches to ameliorate homelessness.

Sustainability | April 03, 2017 | Sasaki Ideas

People seem to experience a gravitation toward the water’s edge acutely and we traverse concrete and asphalt just to gaze out over an open expanse...

December 09, 2016 | Sasaki Ideas

It’s useful for planning for the “worst-case scenario”, but it is important to remember that major floods can happen at any time.

Sasaki library survey gauges librarian happiness

The Polk County Library in Columbus, N.C. Photo: Melinda/Creative Commons.

Library | July 01, 2016 | Sasaki Ideas

Libraries are changing from dull book boxes into vibrant hubs for academic institutions. Sasaki surveyed more than 400 librarians to learn how libr...

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Cultural Facilities | March 08, 2016 | Sasaki Ideas Gina Ford, ASLA

What would it look like if achieving universal accessibility was an inspiring point of departure for a project's design process? Sasaki's Gina Ford...

Exploring the changing landscape of public art

Photo courtesy Sasaki Associates

Art Galleries | January 04, 2016 | Sasaki Ideas Philip Barash and Nina Chase, Sasaki Associates

Sasaki's Philip Barash and Nina Chase explore the changing landscape of public art in the face of major cultural shifts, such as the proliferation...

Boston Living with Water selects finalists in resiliency design competition

High Street City: (Gradually) Living with Water was selected as one of six finalists.

Architects | March 18, 2015 | Sasaki Ideas

The competition asks for creative approaches for planning for a not-so-distant future Boston where higher sea levels and more frequent flooding wil...

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Architects | October 08, 2014 | Sasaki Ideas

Too often, members of a community are put into a reactive position, asked for their input only when a major project is proposed. But examples of pr...

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Architects | September 10, 2014 | Sasaki Ideas

Nearly 32 million people, or 28% of the East Coast's population, live in areas lying within a mile of a shore line. The good news is that municipal...

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Architects | June 09, 2014 | Sasaki Ideas

Higher education is rapidly evolving. As we use planning and design to help our clients navigate major shifts in culture, technology, and funding,...

Collaboration areas at Arnold Worldwide.

Architects | February 27, 2014 | Sasaki Ideas

Open layouts are grabbing headlines as a hallmark of the new workplace—think the Google campus or Facebook's headquarters. And for smaller-scale op...

Architects | February 13, 2014 | Sasaki Ideas

As part of its ongoing ZNE buildings research project, Sasaki Associates, in collaboration with Buro Happold, surveyed some 500 campus designers an...

Methodist University's 1960s student union was originally built for a student population of 600. The school now has over 2,000 students.

Architects | January 31, 2014 | Sasaki Ideas

Most colleges and universities feel pressure to offer the latest amenities in order to attract and retain the best and brightest students. While ha...

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