HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Design Workshop, an international landscape architecture, planning, and urban design firm with eight offices and work spanning the globe, is pleased to announce the opening of a new office location in Houston.
The expansion aims to serve the firm’s exceptional clients throughout Houston and the Gulf region, as well as their international markets. The new office space is located at 410 Pierce Street, Suite 331 and will be led by Design Workshop President, Rebecca Leonard, AICP, LEED AP, and Principal Steven Spears, PLA, AICP. Leonard and Spears are both shareholders of the firm and started the Austin office in 2008. In Addition, Amy Harbert, LEED AP, and Fenglin Du, PLA, will also lead the office.
“We are very excited for this opportunity to have a permanent home in Houston. We have been fortunate to create significant projects in Houston such as Springwoods Village Master Plan, Hardy Yards Redevelopment, Bagby Street Reconstruction, Houston Arboretum and Nature Center Master Plan, multiple mixed use and multifamily housing developments, and a variety of urban design and planning studies with HGAC. We will continue to provide exceptional planning and design services to both the public and private sector,” noted Leonard.
The Houston office will offer services in landscape architecture, urban design, community and regional planning, and graphic design. For more information, please contact Rebecca Leonard or Steven Spears at 713 357-9587.
About Design Workshop
Founded in 1969, Design Workshop has been recognized with more than 150 prestigious awards for their work in community planning, new communities, urban centers and mixed-use resorts, public parks, golf courses and residences. The firm’s philosophy challenges staff and their clients to equally merge artistic vision, environmental sensitivity, community values and sound economics to create unique places that stand the test of time. They refer to this approach as DW Legacy Design®. For more information, please visit www.designworkshop.com.