University of California, Davis – Advanced Landscape Architecture Studio

Kimberly Garza kicks off Advanced Landscape Architecture Studio focused on developing innovative design scenarios for the Sacramento Riverfront.

Atlas Lab Selected for Art Street Exhibit

A large scale art experience produced by m5Arts, a non-profit collective. Art Street will be an exhibition and forum for serious and playful thinking about art and the vital role it plays in culture's success in the world today.

Sactown Magazine Dec/Jan Issue

Microdune featured in Sactown Magazine's December/January issue!

Atlas Lab in Kerb Journal

Peak Experience featured in Kerb Journal 13-Digital Landscapes.

Microdune to Debut at Oak Park First Friday

Microdune, a mobile pop up park that embodies the historical landscape of the Sacramento Delta will debut at Oak Park First Fridays, October 7th!

Microdune on View at Gather

Next stop Gather! Microdune will be one display at Gather Nights, Thursday October 13th! Give us your feedback on the Microdune prototype and ways to improve Sacramento's Riverfront experience. Take the survey!

Creativity+ Lecture Series

Kimberly Garza to kick off Creativity+ lecture series with Sonny Mayugba.

National Grant Competition for Emerging Landscape Architects

Kimberly Garza receives 2016 National ASLA Grant Competition for emerging landscape architects for her design proposal, The Dune.

Peak Experience Receives ASLA Merit Award fro the ASLA Northern California Chapter

Drawing from the nearly 53 hills that frame San Francisco’s diverse neighborhoods, Peak Experience re-conceives San Francisco’s hills into a series of undulating mounds that promote the integration of play in the urban fabric. In response to often static streetscape design models, Peak Experience re-imagines three iconic hills of San Francisco (Nob Hill, Russian Hill and Telegraph Hill) into a flexible play surface, providing an opportunity for safe play along Market Street while educating the community about San Francisco’s unique landscape.

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