Io LandArch’s Utah headquarters are set in the historic railroad town of Ogden. It is a place of rich history and historic architecture, nestled into the shrub-steppe and scrub oak foothills of the Wasatch mountain range. Close by is the unique ecology of the Great Salt Lake, a critical and threatened oasis for migratory birds. A four hour drive south will transport you into the dramatic desert cathedrals of southeastern Utah’s canyons and plateaus landscape.

Utah is a uniquely storied place, in both its natural and cultural landscapes. We serve clients, organizations, and municipalities all across the state through landscape architectural projects that cultivate the ecological and cultural richness of specific Utah sites and communities.

Io LandArch has been an active part of Ogden’s successful revitalization. Our team has worked on numerous iconic historic properties, infill development projects, and historic buildings and landscapes. We wrote Ogden’s Ninerails Creative District master plan, and are continuing to be involved in the design and implementation of plazas and streetscapes in the arts district.

Utah is one of the fastest growing states in the nation. Among all the new development and urban growth, the communities and the individuals who we work with have a strong desire to maintain their unique cultural roots. They want to preserve the pristine ecological landscapes that give Utah its identity. Io supports these goals by creating meaningful landscapes that connect nature and culture through our community urban design and residential landscape architecture practices.

For over fifteen years, communities throughout Utah have looked to Io LandArch to provide landscape architecture, urban design, and historic preservation work to create unique and meaningful places.



(801) 505-6601


795 24th Street

Ogden, UT 84401


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