Thinkfast Exhibit

The exhibition showcases and collectively deconstructs all stages of the conceptual design process, with sketches and built works by students, early-career practitioners and such well-established designers. From rough to more resolved, the show traces layers of the designer’s investment as an idea first becomes visible both through traditional as well as more contemporary imaging methods. The interdisciplinary collection is to be exhibited at three distinguished academic venues (Ball State University in Indiana, Kansas State University, and the School of Design Strategies at Parsons in New York City) in the 2015-2016 academic year.

Railyards 3.0

Kimberly Garza to lead advanced design studio on developing landscape-based design strategies for the Sacramento Railyards at University of California, Davis

Kimberly Garza Featured in Sacramento Bee

Kimberly Garza talks about how design can connect Sacramento with its Rivers in the Sacramento Bee.

EDGErs in the Spotlight

Kimberly Garza featured in MetroEdge's EDGErs in the Spotlight.

Landscape Architecture Korea

Peak Experience featured in laK landscape architecture Korea

Peak Experience featured in World Landscape Architecture.

"Peak Experience is an exciting installation by ATLAS Lab that was created for the San Francisco Market Street Prototyping Festival – a 3 Day event that took place in April showcasing 50 prototype projects.

Drawing from the nearly 53 hills that frame San Francisco’s most diverse and engaging neighborhoods, Peak Experience reconceives the hills of San Francisco into a series of varying and undulating mounds that frame a mix of uses that promote the integration of play into traditional street models."

Next City Vanguards Conference

Kimberly Garza named 40 under 40 urban innovator for the 2015 Vanguard Conference. Reno, NV.

Topos Magazine

Dedamming the Dutch Delta featured in TOPOS Magazine, “Resilience: Designing the New Sustainability” by Nina-Marie Lister.

2015 Market Street Prototyping Festival

Peak Experience on display at the Market Street Prototyping Festival in San Francisco, Ca.

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