Fynbos Ecological Site Analysis

Fynbos Ecological Site Analysis

The Fynbos is one of the most threatened vegetation types in the world and is already a conservation area with many conservation tactics in place. In Site was brought in to make site observations and an evaluation to support and strengthen the conservation plan. 

IN SITE featured in the New York Times

IN SITE featured in the New York Times

IN SITE founding principal, Juan Rovalo, featured in the New York Times alongside Jason McLennan Design and Delos.  Read about the groundbreaking Blackadore Caye project in the article below, which will push the limits of what ecological integration and restoration can mean for architecture.

Gross National Happiness Centre Site Analysis and Land Planning

Gross National Happiness Centre Site Analysis and Land Planning

The guiding principles of this project included the Gross National Happiness Centre philosophy and a deep reverence for the natural world. The site analysis provided the project´s leadership key insights into the site zoning to leverage the building plans as a restorative activity.

Aromas de México Botanical Research

Aromas de México Botanical Research

With the diversity of ecosystems and biodiversity in Mexico, Aromas de Mexico is an initiative to celebrate this unique place through a place-based fragrance series. Using an ecoregion model for understanding biodiversity and bioregionalism in this project, In Site classified ecological research and organized a preliminary catalog of representative botanical species with fragrant potential.

Tsegyalgar West Site Analysis and Land Planning

Tsegyalgar West Site Analysis and Land Planning

Tsegyalgar West is a 3000 acres property owned and managed by the Dzogchen Community, the site analysis supported the ongoing process for developing a master plan and ecological management