The ownership team of the Union Printers Home project is comprised of several longtime Colorado Springs philanthropic and civic-minded investors who have come together to preserve, revitalize and energize this historic landmark property.
Master planning, architecture,
and landscape architecture
For more than 65 years, Sasaki has pioneered interdisciplinary design by integrating planning, urban design, landscape architecture, civil engineering, architecture, interior design, graphic design, and data science to shape the places in which we live.
With offices in Denver, Boston, New York and Shanghai Sasaki’s global experience includes award-winning work across a range of scales, disciplines, geographies, and industries–from the planning of large-scale commercial, office, and cultural districts, to new campuses for higher education, to the design of individual workspaces and housing s or high-impact public spaces. This breadth of experience across client and project types enables us to solve problems multi-dimensionally and develop full-spectrum solutions.
We create comprehensive master plans for urban districts that knit together a flexible urban development framework, a dynamic public realm, and a well-balanced programmatic mix. The core tenets of our work include data-driven analysis; transformation through visionary planning and design; a commitment to advancing equity, resilience, and access; and well-defined implementation strategies to see projects realized.
The firm has a long history in Colorado including the historic design of the Pearl Street Mall and the University of Colorado, both in Boulder, the Non-Aviation Real Estate Master Plan for Denver International Airport, and the master plan for the redevelopment of Lowry Air Force Base in Denver. In addition, Sasaki is currently leading planning and design projects across the Front Range and within the larger Intermountain West Region.For the visioning of the Union Printers Home Sasaki will serve as the lead consultant providing master planning, architecture, and the landscape architecture.
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