The Grand Canyon is one of the best known and visited national parks in the USA. Perhaps what is less known is that a woman architect designed the buildings that serve the visitors of this great site. Many romantic, rustic stone and timber structures there look like they could have been built by native pueblo or were there when explorers discovered the canyon. Actually, they were designed intentionally in from.
Here is a utility shed we built to house our gardening tools and trash containers. We designed the shed to break up the deck and patio area from a service alley accessed through the garage. There is a sunny eddy on the deck backed by the shed, the key was placing it perpendicular to the house. Since its roof is so visible and accessible, we wanted to look at plants.
Reclaiming Undeveloped Land Hart Wright Architects recently completed work on a project for the College Hill Reservoir site, a PUC owned, previously empty piece of land, that has now been transformed into an outdoor classroom and environmental systems demonstration garden. It is for the benefit of the neighboring schools and community. The PUC, working with the San Francisco Unified School District and Green Schoolyard Alliance, came up with the idea.
We are pleased to announce Gardenista chose our custom water fountain as one of their top 10 favorites! Please click here to read more.
Once again, Hart Wright Architects is pleased to announce they are featured on Houzz.com! To read the article, please click the title above.
As part of our desire to be inspired by the world around us, Hart Wright Architects went to Utah and visited important land art projects. These works connect the visitor to the landscape. They make one realize humans are just a small part of time, space and the universe. Seeing a piece of art built into the land is incredibly moving and well worth the effort. The Spiral Jetty is.