Shades of Green Landscape Architecture

The Lark

The Lark This project is to freshen up the landscape elements of an existing Apartment complex in San Mateo, to make it as a center of the thriving and sustainable community. The newly added landscape amenity includes, a pollinator program and an old bocce court turned into a thriving community garden with fruit trees and …

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Landscape Designer | Architect

Entry-Level and Intermediate/Advanced level Landscape designer/architects About the Roles We are looking for a creative and highly motivated individual who is ready to lead ourlandscape design firm to the next level.The ideal candidate is a passionate, nimble, self-motivated, and creative individual with astrong sense of design and excellent communication skills. Proficiency in AutoCAD, AdobeSuite and …

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Office Staff

Office / Marketing Staff About the Role We are looking for a creative and motivated individual who is ready to take on marketing efforts, light administrative work at our landscape design studio. The tasks include making promotional materials and managing the company website and social media, as well as supporting our principal and design staff …

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Hamlin School

Hamlin School The Hamlin School is a highly regarded K-8 private girl’s school located in San Francisco.  Shades of Green in collaboration with MCA designed a rooftop terrace that will serve as a flexible outdoor learning environment for young students of all ages and capabilities, to engage with nature, peers, and educators in both learning …

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Mid-Century Garden

Mid-Century Garden Located on a residential hillside, the Mid-Century Garden overlooks the bay. The landscape design is a beautiful composition of refined materials and planting that complements the mid-century architecture and is sensitive to the ecological, functional, and aesthetic needs of the client. The front hillside planting was overhauled with native sages, grasses, and creeping …

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