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270 Brannan in the News

Collaborative efforts animate and inspire some of our most beloved landscapes. Landscape Architecture Magazine interviewed David about one such collaboration with concrete luminaries, Concreteworks, who fabricated an innovative 3 ton, 20 foot long cistern to anchor the courtyard at 270 Brannan. Read the LAM post for more on the design, fabrication and unprecedented installation of the atrium-defining piece and stay tuned for some fresh photos of the newly completed courtyard on our website in the coming weeks!

St. James Park Design Competition

St. James Park c. 1907 | M. Rieder

St. James Park c. 1907 | M. Rieder

Meyer + Silberberg, in collaboration with Jensen Architects, has been invited to advance to Phase II of the St. James Park Design Competition. As one of four design teams selected by the City of San Jose, we’re elated and honored for the opportunity to transform this historic site into a vital downtown destination—a vibrant expression of San Jose and its people.

We’re ideating with Jensen this week and can’t wait to dig in. Stay tuned for more as the competition evolves.

David Meyer is an ASLA Fellow

David Meyer is among 28 American Society of Landscape Architects' members elevated to the ASLA Council of Fellows for 2016. The Designation of Fellow is conferred on individuals in recognition of exceptional accomplishments over a sustained period of time:

"Fellowship is among the highest honors the ASLA bestows on members and recognizes the contributions of these individuals to their profession and society at large as demonstrated by their works, leadership and management, knowledge and service.” 

David will be recognized at the 2016 ASLA Annual Meeting Expo, October 21-24, in New Orleans. Learn more about the prestigious honor and 2016's new class of Fellows here.

Congratulations, David and class of 2016!

National Park Week


In honor of The National Parks 100th Birthday and National Parks Week, all parks are offering free admission from April 16 - 24th. Studies show that spending more time outside can actually make you healthier. Escaping to the woods, mountains, or even your local park can help your body and your brain. So, join us in celebrating our parks, and get outside.