Our landscape design incorporated arcs into the main entrance and dining plazas to soften the rectilinear form of the architecture. The stone seat wall and unit pavers complement the building's brick facade. New plantings include lush grasses, flowering and evergreen shrubs.
RDLA provided four alternative schemes to create an inviting main entrance, improve emergency access and create outdoor spaces that employees and visitors would enjoy. The schemes propose a central garden space with benches, turf, plant beds and trees, providing a shady respite during the work day.
RDLA developed the site design for two commercial parcels located in the Forest Hill neighborhood of Boston. Our goal was to create a development that is pedestrian-friendly and energy-efficient with low maintenance requirements. The new landscape features two 'mini parks' with unit paving, benches, litter and recycling receptacles, new lighting and drought-tolerant plantings.