Azimuth Land Craft is A COLLECTIVE DEDICATED TO CLIMATE CHRONOGRAPH's Construction
We are a fiscally sponsored 501(c)(3) Nonprofit through San Francisco's Intersection for the Arts
Erik Jensen seeks art in the interplay of architecture, philosophy, and science in the land. He teaches a graduate studio at UC Berkeley, is cofounder of Azimuth Land Craft and is a freelance designer in the Greater Bay Area. His work has won awards in a variety of design competitions both nationally and locally, among them the ASLA, AIA, NPS and National Capital Planning Commission. Working for several distinguished firms, among them Hood Design and SWA Group, he has built projects ranging from national museums to city districts, former mines to bayside wetlands. With a Masters of Landscape Architecture and a Masters of City Planning | Urban Design from UC Berkeley, his practice is grounded by research. An avid sailor who has rebuilt and lives upon his sailboat, he finds design inspiration from both the enduring craft and restraint of shipwrights whose work must stand the test of elemental time and the sensitive adaptation required of those who exist with the power of the seas.
Rebecca Sunter works to revive experience reciprocity in our environs, from seasonal and cosmic articulations to interdependencies in unfolding cultural and natural histories. As a landscape designer she has applied this approach in climate adaptation, memorialization, urban redevelopment, and ecological restoration. Rebecca holds a Masters of Landscape Architecture from UC Berkeley and a Bachelor's in Literature from Barnard College. She is a Landscape Architecture Foundation Olmsted Scholar and her work has garnered awards from the National Park Service, American Society of Landscape Architects, National Capital Planning Commission, and the Van Alen Institute.