Azimuth Land Craft is a concept-driven art, design, and research collective.

WE WORK TO BUILD POIGNANT CULTURAL AND ECOLOGICAL NARRATIVES IN THE LAND AND SEA TO EXPLORE THE EMERGING ISSUES OF OUR ERA.

we are fiscally sponsored by the Intersection for the Arts, a not for profit 501c3 organization.

 

Erik Jensen seeks art in the interplay of architecture, philosophy, and science. His designs have won awards in a variety of design competitions both nationally and locally, among them the ASLA, AIA, and National Capital Planning Comission. Before founding Azimuth Land Craft, he worked for several of the most distinguished firms in the country where he built projects ranging from national museums to wetlands. He has earned a Masters of Landscape Architecture and a Masters of City Planning | Urban Design Degree from UC Berkeley. An avid sailor who is living upon and rebuilding a wooden sailboat, he finds design inspiration from the enduring craft and restraint of shipwrights whose work must stand the test of elemental time.

 
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Rebecca Sunter is a cofounder of Azimuth Land Craft. Rebecca’s previous work in multiscalar permaculture informs a timeless typological alchemy that creates poetry and potency in the landscape. She strives to articulate the reciprocal dialogue between animal, vegetable, and mineral ecologies. As a landscape designer she has applied this thinking onto climate adaptation, urban redevelopment, and civic restoration: accordingly, her work has garnered awards from the likes of the ASLA, Landscape Architecture Foundation, and the National Park Service.


On weekends you might find Azimuth Land Craft in their mobile studio, a 1974 Luders 36, exploring the coast of Northern California and seeking design inspiration.

On weekends you might find Azimuth Land Craft in their mobile studio, a 1974 Luders 36, exploring the coast of Northern California and seeking design inspiration.