Category Archives: Sustainable landscapes

The Designer as Change Agent

January 19, 2018

Join April at the TOM TOM FOUNDERS SUMMIT April will be on a panel to discuss “Innovations in Urban Agriculture” and creating local food economies. Tom Tom Founder’s Festival is a summit uniting entrepreneurs, innovators, executives and investors shaping the future of industry in small cities. Click here for to learn more about the TOM TOM…

Coming Soon: The Union Flats!

June 30, 2017

APDW is very excited to announce that our project, The Union Flats in Union City, CA is on track to be completed in September of 2017! This project was a collaboration between APDW and David Baker Architects, to design a 243 unit mixed use housing complex right across from Union City’s intermodal transit hub. The project…

Ecology with a Silver Lining

May 4, 2017

Nestled among old growth Redwoods, AutoCamp Russian River offers a spectacular respite near banks of the Russian River in Guerneville, California. The boutique “glamping” accommodations of shiny silver Airstreams or canvas tents provide Bay Area city dwellers with an easy getaway, complete with full immersion into nature. APDW collaborated with Mesa Lane Partners and Dan Weber…

APDW Project Featured in “Your Land” Publication

April 4, 2017

April is the World Landscape Architecture Month and we are happy to celebrate it with this publication on Vegetable Gardens! #WLAM2017 #thisislandscapearchitecture  Check out this new article about APDW’s project, published by Your Land… Your Land is a one-time publication produced by  Landscape Architecture Magazine (LAM) to introduce the profession of landscape architecture to students from grade school…

Marin Gateway

March 8, 2017

APDW’s renovation of the Marin Gateway Shopping Center has officially opened! Marin Gateway is a community with strong roots in its location on the San Francisco Bay and its southern Marin maritime heritage. The palette of materials, colors, plants, and forms are drawn from the coastal waterfront location and unite the project’s elements. The project’s location…