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landLAB teamed with Steinberg Architects and PCL Construction on the Cal Poly Pomona Student Housing Design Build Competition. The landscape concept for the new student housing village is connection and community. Creating an attractive, fun, safe and healthy neighborhood and home for students and their families. The landscape strives to increase opportunities for social interaction and collaboration, places to study, hang out or play. While the proposed landscape is cohesive in character, smaller zones within the larger development provide a variety of different spaces for the residents.
landLAb collaborated with Carrier Johnson Architects on the master plan for the West Campus housing at SDSU . The landscape draws inspiration from historic gardens and architecture of the Alhambra. Perched high on a hillside, the patios, terraces and roof deck are oriented to capture views of mountains beyond. Bougainvillea covered arcades direct the user into the main entry points and public dining areas. Series of courtyards pique your interest, and create a variety of spaces for both the public and for residents. A gated pool and large fire pit activate the main dining terrace. A pedestrian bridge and elevator connects the main dining facility to the Canyon Towers and Canyon View Park at the lower level. Centered on the North side of the development, lies grand staircase that provides a direct route from the main dining terrace down to the Canyon Trails (and access road). Along this same access road, small cafe is conveniently located, to grab a quick latte on your way to class, or a sunny place to hang out and meet up with friends.
landLAB collaborated with HMC Architects, and the Imperial County Office of Education on the Campus Master Plan for the new educational campus located in El Centro California. The master plan connects the existing administration facilities with the new campus including pedestrian open space connections, plazas and courtyards.
landLAB teamed with Carrier Johnson Architects and Clark Construction on the East Campus Graduate and Family Housing Project Design Build Competition. The landscape concept for the new graduate housing village is connection and community. Creating an attractive, fun, safe and healthy neighborhood and home for students and their families. The landscape strives to increase opportunities for social interaction and collaboration, places to study, hang out or play.
landLAB is collaborating with Kevin deFreitas architecture on a feasibility study for the Warren Housing complex at UCSD North Campus. The primary objective of the feasibility study is to develop a framework for potential projects in and around the residential complexes and to update the existing facilities with sustainable landscape and building features while creating an attractive destination on campus for all to enjoy.
landLAB collaborated with Kevin deFreitas Architect on a feasibility study for an on campus fraternity neighborhood for the UC San Diego Campus. The project incorporated a large sunken central open space wrapped with Fraternity houses with a large open event lawn, BBQ terrace, and storm water garden.
landLAB collaborated with M.W. Steele Architects and Sue Peerson Planning on updating the masterplan for the University of San Diego. The team sets the road map for the expansion of the campus including new academic buildings, recreational facilities, Campus Student Life Facilities and Student Housing.
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.
landLAB collaborated with Myklebust Company and Schmidt Curley Golf Course Architects on the White Stone Mountain Golf Village Hotel. Located adjacent to the Changling reservoir near Qionghai on the west coast of Hainan Island, China, the new 18 hole golf resort features a golf clubhouse that cater to vacationing golfers and spa clientele.
landLAB collaborated with Myklebust Company on the resort master plan for the new resort “Aloha”, on South Clearwater Bay, a one kilometer square resort site on the south coast of Hainan Island, China close to the nearby Resort town of Sanya.