One of the easiest ways to get inspired about a new project is to walk around our growing grounds. It’s guaranteed to reinvigorate your creative spirit and spark a new idea or two for an upcoming project or installation.
In a drought stricken environment like this, what’s a landscape pro to do when your project’s success depends on life-giving water? Just go native.
Imagine inviting a park to come visit your business for a few days. That’s now possible in the Yerba Buena area of downtown San Francisco. An opening of a new exhibit or store front can be splashed with green from a new “parkmobile‘. There are six of them being moved around the Yerb Buena area and […]
San Francisco has been building new mini-parks all over the city called “Parklets“. What the heck is a Parklet? A Parklet is a new type of Pavement to Parks Project. Instead of reclaiming a piece of underutilized roadway at an intersection, Parklets repurpose two to three parking stalls along a block as a space for […]