The San Francisco based office of Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture sculpts and navigates space through a seamless integration of landscape, art and architecture. Our work draws boundaries with a controlled palette of materials, creating permeable edges that blur the line between the natural and built environment. Spare geometry applied to vibrant plant life results in sharp compositional order. This exercise in restraint heightens a sense of the elements—texture, light and movement.
For the Katz Garden, Andrea selected a series of OV – plates planted with mosses, while at the entrance of the building, she used a repetition of the CK planter in black anthracite finish and with a rough texture.