OUR TEAM: Rhodeside & Harwell is seeking new staff to join our award-winning team of landscape architects, urban designers, and planners. Our current list of projects includes public urban plazas, streetscapes, parks and open space design, community revitalization, diplomatic and educational campus design, and historic preservation. We work locally, nationally and internationally with both public… Read more »

Yesterday we were delighted to join the Contractors, Design Team and Owner at 750 N Glebe to celebrate “topping out” the building structure. It was a pleasure to see familiar faces, and to see the progress of this building taking shape. Thanks to all for your hospitality! Below are a few photos of the structure… Read more »

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RHI’s 2018 PARK(ing) Day installation encouraged visitors to share plant stories and hang out in a cozy, planted seating nook. The parklet had a variety of shrubs and grasses creating comfortable protection from traffic and a beautiful “green thumb” on the street. As people stopped by to write and draw, the clothesline of postcards filled… Read more »

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Left to Right: Sukirti Ghosh, Eric Feldman, Chris Rzomp (Gensler), Deana Rhodeside, Elliot Rhodeside   We are honored to accept the Merit Award in Analysis, Planning, and Urban Design from the Potomac Chapter of ASLA for our work on the Sandy Springs Comprehensive Plan and Small Area Plans. As it completed its first decade as… Read more »

(Left to Right: Sukirti Ghosh, Eric Feldman, Deana Rhodeside, Elliot Rhodeside)

We’re excited to announce that the Fairfax County Comprehensive Plan amendment, that which re-envisions land use development along the Richmond Highway corridor, was approved by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors this week. Rhodeside & Harwell has been involved in rethinking the transit corridor since 2013. Our team, working in close collaboration with County officials… Read more »

6-Penn Daw Rendering

For kids, play is essential to promoting healthy brain development, building cognitive skills, and supporting overall physical and mental health—all of which provide the foundation for success in school and in life. Yet today’s kids are playing less than any previous generation, and the barriers to play are greatest for those living in poverty. There… Read more »

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