Landscape offers regenerative possibilities as communities grapple with sea level rise, climate change, population growth, and emerging transportation alternatives. SWA’s solutions are comprehensive and forward-thinking, responding not only to the demands of the moment but to the historical and projected context of the cities in which we work.
- City Districts
- Civic Facilities
- Landscape Infrastructure
- Transit-Oriented Development
- Urban Corridors
Prototypical Sustainable Museum Design Educates Visitors by Testing Boundaries
Recreation, Respite, Art, and Resilience Find Harmonious Balance in New York’s Newest Waterfront Park
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.
Iconic Urban Design for New Gateway in Southern California
Signature urban trail reclaims right-of-way for pedestrians and bicylists.
A Culturally and Environmentally Relevant Design to Catalyze the City's Downtown
An iconic beach trail in Santa Monica is made safer and more accessible for everyone
Rehabilitating the Pearl River Delta through Environmental Infrastructure
A green public space forges equity by “capping” a highway and reconnecting a community.
Planning for the sustainable management of a community forest.
New eco-city district creates adaptive amenity for local residents and regional tourism.