Alameda Point Project

Alameda Point Project

JETT LA + DESIGN is excited to be part of the long-anticipated Site. A development at Alameda Point in Alameda CA. After 20 years of planning, Phase I of Site A will produce 637 housing units, which includes the 200-unit Block 9 project for moderate-income households...

Vegetated Roofing

Vegetated Roofing

Vegetated roofs are a valuable amenity in urban living. Providing a bit of nature, be it a small extensive garden roof or an intensive roof deck with trees and amenities for entertaining, can offer significant and quantifiable benefits to quality of our daily lives,...

Zephyr Walk

Zephyr Walk

This newly installed project was a collaboration between architect, landscape architect and contractor refacing the exterior façade at Mason and Powell in the heart of Fishermans Wharf in San Francisco Anod to the industrial wharf inspired courtyard designed by JETT...

New Housing for Homeless Veterans and Their Families

New Housing for Homeless Veterans and Their Families

Housing for homeless veterans and their families! Starting construction on a new project is always exciting, but when a project includes a pump building from 1917 that will be converted into a social hall and bike storage for formerly homeless Veterans, its gets even...

NorthPoint Apartments Featured!

NorthPoint Apartments Featured!

Since our founding, JETT Landscape Architecture + Design has worked on numerous on-structure urban landscapes and developed an expertise with this highly technical project typology by working closely with our clients on both ground-up and retrofit projects. One of our...

Featured in Hearth + Home Magazine, August 2016

Featured in Hearth + Home Magazine, August 2016

JETT Landscape Architecture + Design was recently featured in Hearth & Home Magazine’s August 2016 third annual Special Section on Outdoor Room Design Ideas, highlighting the firm’s contribution to the Hotel Zephyr at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf.

The future of pedestrian space in cities

The future of pedestrian space in cities

The New York Times recently ran a feature on the pedestrian “crush” in Manhattan, reporting that both vehicular and pedestrian traffic has reached a level that is now so unbearable, that pedestrian are using the street, rather than the sidewalk, to move through the city due to an insufficient sized pedestrian environment.