Our process for taking on the complex challenges and overlapping programmatic demands of campus projects begins with research and extensive open dialogue with students, faculty, and staff. Through our campus work we seek to enhance an institution’s distinctive culture, addressing pressures to expand, modernize, and become increasingly flexible while also preserving an established and often iconic landscape identity.

Historical research suggests layered circulation strategies at the entrance of Cornell’s iconic Bailey Hall.

An open house for students, faculty, staff, and community members garners consensus around a landscape vision at Princeton University.

A few hundred chairs ignite a series of low-impact but transformative projects aimed at elevating the social life of Harvard’s historic campus.

A partnership with Maintenance and Operations staff establishes an organic maintenance regime at Harvard Yard and throughout campus.

A large bald cypress population suggests a new campus green at UT Austin’s intersection with Waller Creek.