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SDSU Tula Conference Center and Tenochca Amenity Building

landLAB along with Gensler and PCL Construction won the SDSU Tula Conference Center and Tenochaca Amenity Building Design Build Competition. The new design re-imagines the exterior another one of San Diego State’s older residence halls as one of the hippest dorms on campus. The refreshed facility will include not only interior upgrades, but also exterior amenities that will meet the demands of today’s students. The exterior design highlights California climate creating a resort feel for student housing. The existing pool area has been refreshed including a new pool deck, outdoor game area, multiple fire pits and lounge seating. The roof of the amenity building deck creates another student hangout space including movie wall, outdoor bbq and kitchen with adjacent dining area The area also includes a full court basketball court, “the beach” that has a sand volley ball court and oversized umbrellas, and a putting green. Sprinled throughout is ample flexible seating for studying or sunbathing, comfortable couches and big cozy chairs to gather in groups around the small fire pits

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CSU Dominguez Hills Student Housing PHIII

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UCSD Voigt Parking Structure

landLAB along with Studio E Architects, IPD and McCarthy Construction won a design build competition for the new Voigt Parking structure at UCSD. The garage features an active and passive roof landscape that has been carefully integrated into the side of a native canyon and is connected at grade to Warren Mall at the heart of the Jacob’s school of Engineering. The landscape design features vignettes of southern Californian landscapes including, coastal sage scrub, native riparian and torrey pine grasslands. All of site and surrounding stormwater is integrated into the structure in a series of flow through planters on the canyon side of the garage, creating an active water feature in a rain event.

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CSU Northridge G6 Parking Structure

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Sharp-Rees Stealy Downtown Wellness Center

The landscape concept for the new Sharp-Rees Wellness Center is duality; duality of soft textures and crisp architectural lines, a historic site progressive health care, of public open spaces and private healing gardens.

design build, health + wellness, leed

UCSD Athena Parking Structure

Studio E Architects + IPD and landLAB teamed up for a design-build competition with McCarthy Construction for a new parking structure at the UCSD campus.

design build, education, higher education

Las Colinas Detention and Reentry Facility

A multi-disciplinary team consisting of Barnhart Balfour Beatty, KMD Architects, HMC Architects and landLAB landscape architecture and environmental design was selected as the winning team for the San Diego County Women’s Detention Facility Competition in Santee, California. Integrating the facility into the existing community was one of the many design challenges this unique project and program presented.

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Cal State Fullerton Titan Student Union Expansion

landLAB was on the winning Design Build Team with STEINBERG Architect and PCL Construction for the CSU Fullerton Titan Student Union Expansion.

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California State University San Marcos Student Union

landLAB collaborated with Hornberger + Worstell architects and PCL Construction on the new Student Union, which is located prominently in the center of campus at CSUSM.

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