Reinventing Community Engagement

Over the course of 20-years of professional and individual community engagement, we’ve been to a LOT of different types of public meetings.  The best ones are creative and fun with active involvement of participants.  They actually work to make a project better. The worst ones are boring, limit community feedback, or worse-yet collect the feedback[…]

Going Back to Our Roots!

We’re proud to unveil our new logo!  The name Io stems from Greek mythology.  Io was a demi-goddess represented by a white heifer.  As a woman-founded design practice we deliberately chose the name based on its strong female archetype and also its agricultural symbolism.  We have both personal ties to small-scale community agriculture and a[…]

Io and Athena: Inspiring Women

As a women-owned business (whose name is informed by Greek mythology), whose mission is to create sustainable, vibrant communities while mentoring the next generation of female landscape architects, Io Landscape Architecture is pleased to congratulate Shalae Larsen, Io Principal, on her nomination for the prestigious ATHENA Award.  Inspired by the greek goddess Athena, the award[…]

Io Landscape Architecture Moves to the Historic Scowcroft Mansion

Io is excited to announce our new location, in the Historic Scowcroft Mansion at 795 24th Street, in Ogden’s historic Trolley District. As a Landscape Architecture firm that specializes in Historic Landscapes, historic landscape documentation, preservation, adaptive re-use, as well as historically appropriate new landscapes – we are excited about our new home and its[…]

(re)PARK on Historic 25th

Io Landscape Architecture, in conjunction with Carbon Architects, hosted the first ever PARK(ing) Day in Ogden on September 20, 2013. By overtaking two parking spaces on Historic 25th Street, we were able to create a pop-up park featuring bench seating, grass space and a riverside beach-front complete with goldfish. The park installation, titled (re)PARK, was[…]