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SCAPE Landscape Architecture

New York, NY, USA
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Local Governments Helped

New York City, NY
Norfolk, VA
Lexington, KY
Perth Amboy, NJ

Challenges Addressed

Flooding
Coastal & Tidal Flooding
Hurricanes & Severe Storms
Sea Level Rise
Stormwater Management
Ecosystem Degradation
Transportation
Water Quality
Heatwaves

Industries

DesignPlanning

Other Resources

www.scapestudio.com

Team Members

Pippa Brashear
Director of Planning & Resilience
Carlos Solis-Keyser
Business Development Manager

About SCAPE Landscape Architecture

SCAPE is a leading-edge landscape architecture and urban design studio based in New York City. We are committed to the innovative, creative design and construction of the joint urban-natural environment. Our approach is to understand and enhance connections between ecological systems and public infrastructures to create dynamic environments in concert with long-term, phased strategies for implementation. We have expertise in bridging concept and construction and have developed a reputation for large-scale conceptual landscape strategy alongside the design and material detailing of landscape elements. SCAPE is an international leader in public space design and resiliency, and we integrate innovation and vision with practical and achievable solutions in all of our projects.

Services Provided

SCAPE provides services in landscape architecture, urban design and planning, ecological design, public engagement, and visioning. Our studio is comprised of 25 professionals with expertise in landscape architecture, urban design, planning, public outreach and horticulture. As a practice, we pride ourselves on our ability to envision new possibilities for nature in the city by designing civic public spaces with multiple benefits, from green infrastructure to community gathering.