Filtro Portafolio

Stinson Beach

Yosemite Valley

Strybing Library Terrace

Presidio Officer’s Club

Muir Woods

Redwood National & State Parks Visitor Center

Cupertino City Hall Gardens

Chavez Solar Calendar

4th Street Maker’s Row

Muir Beach

Yosemite Bridalveil Fall

Yountville Town Center

Boeddeker Park

El Polin Spring

Julia Morgan Hall

Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars

Green Gulch

Fort Mason

David & Eliza Glass House Museum

Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve

Sequoia & Kings Canyon

John Muir Gravesite

Petaluma River Access & Enhancement

Schelling

Berkeley Global Campus

Mad River Estuary

Redwood National & State Parks Trails Gateway

Blackberry Creek

EBRPD Visitor Centers

Vineyard Home

Berkeley Library Gardens

North Berkeley Senior Center

Audubon Canyon Ranch Bouverie Preserve

Devonshire Park

The Marshall House Inn

Mercy Bush Neighborhood Park

Schulz Museum

East Bay Gardens

Cowper Street

Colma Hillside Park

Poco Way Neighborhood Revitalization

Berkeley Arts District & Poetry Walk

Spirit Rock Meditation Center

Bayer Campus

Camp Newman

Bear Creek Stables

New Beginnings

Mellard O’Neil

Peralta Oaks North Headquarters

Stinson Beach

Yosemite Valley

Strybing Library Terrace

Presidio Officer’s Club

Redwood National & State Parks Visitor Center

Cupertino City Hall Gardens

Chavez Solar Calendar

4th Street Maker’s Row

Muir Beach

Yosemite Bridalveil Fall

Yountville Town Center

Boeddeker Park

A new ecological ethic redefines our human relationships with nature

Identity of place originates in a site’s natural ecology. As source inspiration for our work, natural forces persist, are revived, and are revealed through site interventions. Our most important role as place-makers is the creation of enduring landscape frameworks that nourish a site’s natural systems in balance with the built environment.

El Polin Spring

Julia Morgan Hall

Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars

Green Gulch

Fort Mason

David & Eliza Glass House Museum

The community voices that influenced the design of these places are expressing a faith in the future of the next generations

Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve

Sequoia & Kings Canyon

John Muir Gravesite

Petaluma River Access & Enhancement

Schelling

Berkeley Global Campus

A place of refuge, solace, regeneration, wonder and beauty

JNRA has designed hundreds of private residential gardens for homes throughout Northem California-large and small, urban and rural, wooded and open, renovated and new. In addition, we have designed many public gardens, civic places that offer ecological linkage, cultural heritage expression, and platform for horticultural pursuits.

Mad River Estuary

Redwood National & State Parks Trails Gateway

Blackberry Creek

EBRPD Visitor Centers

Vineyard Home

Berkeley Library Gardens

North Berkeley Senior Center

Audubon Canyon Ranch Bouverie Preserve

The land retains marks of the past, imprints layered over time of interactions between the natural and built environments

Devonshire Park

The Marshall House Inn

Mercy Bush Neighborhood Park

Schulz Museum

East Bay Gardens

Cowper Street

Colma Hillside Park

Poco Way Neighborhood Revitalization

Berkeley Arts District & Poetry Walk

Spirit Rock Meditation Center

Bayer Campus

Camp Newman

Bear Creek Stables

New Beginnings

Mellard O’Neil

Peralta Oaks North Headquarters