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Interstice Architects Work Day

Interstice Architects, architects for the Garden's recent wayfinding project and renovations to the Fountain Plaza, brought all their staff to volunteer in the Garden on December 19. The team of 10 spent the morning working with Gardener Jason Martinez on Heidelberg Hill, pulling out invasive plants and cleaning up the back staircase that leads to the top of the hill.

About the company: Interstice Architects was founded by architect Andrew Dunbar and landscape architect Zoee Astrakhan. After years of working in separate disciplines, the arbitrary distinctions were just too constraining, so Interstice was born as a multidisciplinary firm of architects, landscape architects, urban designers and visual artists. Over the past ten years, this critical practice has grown designing public and private spaces on projects of multiple scales, focused on the broadest possible interpretation of the constructed realm.

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