Christopher Ng-Hardy

Senior Associate at Sasaki

Chris’s experience includes an array of projects around the world, ranging from master plans to complex, constructed urban landscapes. Chris focuses on the integration of ecology and culture, with a commitment to exemplary craft in the built environment.

With a conservation biology and community design background, Chris has a particular passion for developing solutions to ecological and climate design problems through community processes and the use of technology. Chris has been the principal investigator for Sasaki’s landscape Carbon Conscience research team from 2019 to the present. This project includes building both landscape and architectural datasets and translating them into a free and accessible design application, providing carbon metrics for planning and urban design analysis.

Prior to Sasaki, Chris worked at SWA San Francisco and earlier at MNLA in New York City. Outside of practice, Chris participates in the design community through advocacy, teaching, and service.


Decarbonizing Public Agencies and Park Systems

Monday, June 24
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM