JStudio will be relocating to our new offices on May 28th, 2019. We will be moving into the historic and renovated Brings Building located at 236 South Scott Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701. We are very excited about this move, the new space, and the opportunities this change brings. Brings is an adaptive reuse building featuring offices, coworking space, retail, meeting space, and the The Owl's Club bar, all fronting one of the nicest streetscapes in Downtown Tucson; Scott Avenue. Drop in and see our expand space sometime!
We started with the basic idea of providing the highest quality professional services with the flexibility and responsiveness of a small and effective firm.
Here’s our first year “by the numbers…”
Matthew Lutheran (JStudio intern and Univ of Arizona MLA candidate) and his team earned the second place award in the 2018 Campus Rain Works Challenge (a EPA sponsored national competition related to Green Infrastructure development). Way to go Matt!...
Can a landscape help protect a city's infrastructure from a natural disaster? You may just be surprised how much a great design may save your city from devastation in this article below.
Have you walked by a building or park and seen something new about their landscape that you've liked or made you curious? There may be a lot more reasons for this than what you may realize. View the article below for an in-depth look at what trends are influencing today's landscapes.
Painted optical illusion gets creates increased pedestrian safety.
In this Planet Money episode, there are some interesting and valid points about the need to balance a community's interests (home owners) and the benefits of developing increased density housing (quality development) . No easy answers here, but our region can take reasonable steps towards avoiding the dilemmas already faced in other cities.
JStudio is pleased to announce it is now a certified Small Business Enterprise (SBE) wihtin the City of Tucson and Pima County. Let us help you achieve your SBE goals in the areas of landscape architecture, urban planning/design, SWPPP, native plant inventories, or similar services.