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Sasaki Associates diverse professionals, collaborative approach, and inspired solutions create value.
Collaboration is one of today's biggest buzzwords—but at Sasaki, it's at the core of what we do. We see it not just as a working style, but as one of the fundamentals of innovation. We think and work beyond boundaries to make new discoveries. We are diverse, curious, strategic, and inspired.
Sasaki Associates practice comprises architecture, interior design, planning, urban design, landscape architecture, graphic design, and civil engineering, as well as software development.
Among these disciplines, Sasaki collaborates in equilibrium. No one practice area is dominant over the others—and each is recognized nationally and internationally for professional excellence. On Sasaki Associates project teams, practitioners from diverse backgrounds come together to create unique, contextual, enduring solutions. Our integrated approach yields rich ideas, surprising insights, unique partnerships, and a broad range of resources for our clients. This approach enables us to work seamlessly and successfully from planning to implementation.
While Sasaki Associates disciplines offer depth of expertise, our studio structure engenders breadth, innovation, and interdisciplinary collaboration. The Campus Studio focuses on institutional work and the Urban Studio focuses on civic and commercial work.
From the Sasaki headquarters in Watertown, Massachusetts, we work in a variety of settings—locally, nationally, and globally. Sasaki Associates Shanghai office offers focused support and business development for our work in China. Our offices are vibrant and dynamic, featuring open workspaces that reflect our dedication to collaboration and facilitate a synergistic process.
Inside Sasaki Associates
What You Missed at the Wayfinding Event of the Year
Experience Boston Design with 2017 SEGD Wayfinding Tours
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Samuel Pease's Sketchbook
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