Landscape architecture at SWA involves the design of landscapes at a variety of scales—from large, multi-functional sites to small, intimate spaces. Innovative research into materials, lifestyles and landscape technologies coupled with a deep understanding of how people use outdoor spaces informs our unique design process. SWA’s landscape architectural work has received worldwide recognition for its innovative excellence.
Prototypical Sustainable Museum Design Educates Visitors by Testing Boundaries
An iconic live-work-play plaza evolves alongside Las Colinas’ ever-changing urban center.
Mixed-use development draws inspiration from physical and historic connections
Broad, artistic gestures break the boundaries of traditional gated communities.
Recreation, Respite, Art, and Resilience Find Harmonious Balance in New York’s Newest Waterfront Park
New arena’s public space lends outdoor vitality to emerging urban neighborhood.
Re-Envisioned 5-star Resort Anchors First Phase of Luxury Redevelopment
New Civic Center Commons, Community Center, and Aquatics Center offer a welcoming setting for gatherings small and large
Neighborhood park models resilient development and furthers a culture of health.
Vibrant, pedestrian-friendly landscape integrates mixed-use site’s perimeter.
Iconic Urban Design for New Gateway in Southern California
New recreation resources for a park-poor neighborhood with a rich creative history.
Once-industrial site re-imagined as a commercial complex with eye-catching public spaces.
A Landscape Primed for Connection, Collaboration, and Enterprise
Adapting Mid-Century Landscapes as Active, Functional Outdoor Classrooms
Subtle, sustainable landscape stitches together the natural and the manicured
Building on the legacy of Yankee stadium with new places to compete, relax, and play
Original Hokkaido landscape features welcome fans and locals through all seasons.
Comfortable outdoor spaces meet employee needs in all-weather conditions
Resilient riverfront park melds inherent site beauty with new low-impact landscape.
Mixed-use development draws inspiration from physical and historic connections.
Contemporary landscape canopy and lawn personify a signature building in Los Angeles’ urban core.
A creative approach to adaptive reuse along Houston’s Greenway trail system.
Paving and native canopy distinguishes tech campus… and connects it to the city’s green corridor.
Signature open space defines an emerging city’s vision and prospects.
Coursing streams and fluvial paths inform the design of a creative, three-tower complex.
Spectacular views and outdoor recreation opportunities define a new Southern California community
An iconic beach trail in Santa Monica is made safer and more accessible for everyone
Landscape “fragments” coalesce into a meaningful space for gatherings and activities
Rehabilitating the Pearl River Delta through Environmental Infrastructure
A green public space forges equity by “capping” a highway and reconnecting a community.
A vibrant, flexible public realm breathes new life into downtown St. Louis.
A prominent think tank aiming to improve the human condition finds a home
A beloved museum’s university setting, reclaimed
New eco-city district creates adaptive amenity for local residents and regional tourism.
1970s-era campus set a new standard for environmental stewardship