Mandana Parvinian, ASLA

Associate Principal

Mandana is an architect and landscape designer with over 15 years’ experience envisioning and delivering built environments. As an associate principal in Sausalito, her work includes large-scale urban design and landscape projects at an international scale.  Her projects span China, Hong Kong, the Middle East, and the United States. Her work experience includes cultural, urban public realms, institutional, adaptive reuse, parkS, and ecological revitalization.

Mandana brings an integrated perspective of the “built” and “planted” that revolves around the human experience. Her work explores placemaking at the intersection of ecology and the man-made, and emphasizes innovation in the craft of landscape: an essential component to the experience of the space. She is a member of both the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI).