AutoCAD celebrates MFLA’s work on the Pinterest Headquarters at 505 Brannan through an interview and digital images of the design process.
MFLA announces a new partnership between Founding Principal Marta Fry and Studio Principal James Munden.
Standing as a symbol of the innovation and inclusiveness of the tech industry, Invicta, a mixed-use development with landscape designed by MFLA, is set to redefine the public face of San Jose.
Silver Oak Winery, with landscape designed by MFLA, becomes the first commercial winery in the world to attain the green-building program's highest level of recognition in the category of "new construction."
Marta Fry Landscape Associates continues growth in the San Francisco Bay Area while expanding into the international market with a second Studio in Scandinavia, based in the Österlen-Skåne area of southern Sweden.
A wine country private residence situated in front of the dramatic Mount Veeder in Sonoma, California with landscape designed by MFLA.
The state-of-the-art Silver Oak Winery is featured in Cool Hunting and branded as California's most eco-friendly winery in a San Francisco Chronicle article. MFLA designed the winery's landscape in Alexander Valley, CA.
Presented by the California Preservation Foundation, the California Preservation Design Awards recognizes excellence in preservation design. Filbert Cottages will be awarded the honor at the 34th Annual Preservation Design Awards.
Engineering News-Record (ENR) announced winners for their Best Projects 2017 competition. Santa Clara Family Justice Center is awarded Best Project, Northern California in the Government/Public Building category.
"4 landmark cottages on Russian Hill restored the right way".
"The World's Greenest Winery Through LEED and the Living Building Challenge".
"On the Market: The Historic Filbert Cottages in San Francisco's Russian Hill".
This year Marta Fry Landscape Associates (MFLA) is a nominee for the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Awards, an award program that recognizes excellence, innovation, and the enhancement of the quality of life.
Architecture critic, John King, talks about MFLA's new pedestrian bridge in San Francisco's famous Presidio.
The new gluten & dairy free restaurant, Little Gem, has finally opened doors in Hayes Valley at 400 Grove.