Atlas Lab is currently seeking an entry level to mid-career landscape designer (2-5 years of experience) to join our team. We are looking for a thoughtful designer who is a self-starter, loves to collaborate, and is passionate about improving communities through their work. Qualifications:
- 2+ Years of experience in landscape architecture
- Strong graphic skills in AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, and SketchUp or Rhino
- Self-starter who can work both independently and in a highly collaborative environment, including a virtual, work from home environment, with strong time management skills
- Ability to analyze and compile research and data
- Ability to think critically, communicate effectively and produce high quality work
- Interest in a variety of project types and scales
- A positive and motivated attitude
- Work with team to advance firm mission and priorities
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in landscape architecture
“The Park” selected as best ‘Retail – Real Estate Project of the Year’ by the Sacramento Business Journal !
"The Park" selected as best 'Retail - Real Estate Project of the Year' by the Sacramento Business Journal! Atlas Lab served as the landscape architects for the project and created new gathering spaces for the community--spaces that echo and celebrate the history of the site located in the South Land Park neighborhood.
Atlas Lab Kicks off the Autumn 2021 Ohio State Baumer Series
Kimberly Garza will discuss the role of tactical urbanism and urban prototyping at Atlas Lab, and how it can be used as a tool to engage communities, create authentic experiences, and empower designers to improve the built environment using low cost, small scale strategies.
Atlas Lab Selected to Lead Redevelopment of Grass Valley’s Mill Street Pedestrian Plaza
Atlas Lab has been selected to leading the redevelopment of Historic Downtown Grass Valley’s Mill Street from former vehicular street to vibrant pedestrian plaza! The historic street closed to vehicular traffic in 2020 to support businesses and new outdoor activities during the pandemic. Due to street closure success, Atlas Lab was selected to lead the community engagement, vision and construction implementation efforts to permanently transform Mill Street into a pedestrian plaza—all in an effort to support local businesses and community activities, while welcoming visitors to experience the heart of Grass Valley in a unique and historical setting. Our design team includes: Mogavero Architects, Fehr+Peers and BKF Engineers. Follow project website here.
Atlas Lab shares keys to Generating Business Development through Community Stewardship at ASLA Skill Ed conference
Sneak Peek of Atlas Lab’s Latest Project: California Cathedral
Check out sneak peek of Atlas Lab's sculpture, California Cathedral, for the newly renovated SAFE Credit Union Convention & Performing Arts District featured in the Sacramento Bee.
Atlas Lab featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine
"Weaving Place" highlights Atlas Lab's work in Mariposa County to develop strategies that leverage art and design to promote civic engagement and celebrate Mariposa’s unique cultural identity. Find out more about the project here.
An Expression of Hope; Kimberly Garza keynotes ASLA National Meeting
The field of landscape architecture, founded in patriarchy, white supremacy and colonization, must change. It is essential for the profession to identify, challenge, and reform the values, structures and behaviors that perpetuate systemic racism and sexism. Atlas Lab Principal, Kimberly Garza, together with Diana Fernandez, Andrew Sargeant, Jose de Jesus Leal and Kona Gray, deliver a powerful keynote on Wednesday, November 18, 2020, to share a collective acknowledgement of racism in the profession and examine what it is like to navigate the profession as people of color, culminating in a unified expression of hope for change and growth in the profession. Please join us at #reVISIONASLA2020 to gain insight on how to build a new value system.
Atlas Lab presents at 2020 OCASLA Virtual Speaker Series
Principal, Kimberly Garza will discuss the role of tactical urbanism and urban prototyping in practice, and how it can be used as a tool to engage communities, create authentic experiences and empower designers to improve the built environment using low cost, small scale strategies.