ASLA@Berkeley’s Professional Speaker Series welcomes back our very own Sarah Moos, whose currently an associate at Bionic in San Francisco practicing as a landscape architect and urban designer. Come learn about how Bionic brings together built and living systems through innovative environmental design. Sarah will share some of her professional projects and experiences in the field.
Monday, April 7th, 2014 @ 1:00 PM
Room 315A, Wurster Hall, College of Environmental Design
Sarah joined Bionic after a fellowship for SPUR (San Francisco Planning + Urban Research
Association) including critical analysis, planning, and design of underutilized spaces along the
Blue Greenway, a waterfront network trail in San Francisco. Since joining Bionic, Sarah has played
an integral role in the design and coordination for multiple complex projects at all scales.
Recently, Sarah received multiple design awards including honorable mentions for her
dual master’s thesis on activating remnant spaces in San Francisco in the Samsung
Everland Landscape Design Awards and the International Architectural Thesis Awards.
Sarah graduated with ASLA high honors from the University of California, Berkeley with
two master’s degrees in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, and was awarded
the prestigious Leland H. Vaughan Scholarship for academic achievement.
Our Professional Speaker Brown Bag Lunch Series aims to allow students to learn about what is happening in our professional field. It also fosters discourse between students and exemplary professionals in diverse branches of landscape architecture, environmental planning, and urban design. The format is usually 60% of the time presentation, and 40% discussion and Q+A so bring your questions, viewpoints, and a bag lunch if you like.