CALA is a regional, national, and international, Phoenix-based landscape architecture practice. The design firm founded by Charles Anderson, FASLA, is focused on the goal of creating places for civic expression which reveal ecological and social phenomena, processes, and relationships. This strategic partnership brings together vanguard design with youthful energy and with decades of field tested practice. CALA has an extensive record of award-winning multi-disciplinary park, plaza, and open space projects. Many of our projects involve extensive public participation, including collaborations with community and neighborhood groups and public presentations. Examples of our civic-scale projects include the 2 acre Anchorage Museum Common, the 8.5 acre Olympic Sculpture Park for the Seattle Art Museum on Seattle’s downtown waterfront, enormous scaled projects like 500 acre Metropolitan Park in Athens Greece and the 2,400 acre, International Peace Garden Project Canada/USA. Whether small or large, our work is always tailored to the people who will use it.
Landscape Architect License; Arizona #63436, California #4130 and Washington #560