AHBE’s move is indicative of a growing trend as more businesses are seeking to convert traditional high-rise office buildings into alternative, creative studio space. According to a recent CBRE report (http://www.cbre.com/
AHBE is currently working on several large-scale urban landscape design and development projects, including: an entertainment courtyard for the JW Marriott at LA Live in Downtown LA; a healing garden for patients and visitors at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center featuring an interactive installation by Ball Nogues Studio; and the much-anticipated Johnny Carson Park in Burbank, which is a four-acre natural habitat restoration in a quintessentially urban environment.
“We welcome the future with a new perspective and a renewed passion for the urban landscape,” said Linda Daley, ASLA, Managing Principal.
ABOUT AHBE (www.AHBE.com)
AHBE Landscape Architects is an award-winning LA-based firm that translates revolutionary ideas into lasting environments. As modern landscape architects in a postmodern world, AHBE sees the role of the landscape architect as providing the crucial link between ecology and economy, and striking a harmonious balance between nature and humanity. The firm’s body of work includes a wide variety of project types and scales, spanning gardens and parks, medical facilities, recreation and athletic facilities, civic plazas, streetscapes and “green streets,” mixed-use commercial developments, schools and institutions, transit oriented development, and others.