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Sarah Wallace



Sarah’s background in urban and regional planning and public sector work informs her interests in landscape architecture. Sarah is passionate about community investment and exploring the use of graphics as a tool for stakeholder engagement and community-based design processes. Her previous work includes a range of projects, from affordable housing and civic spaces to streetscapes and master plans. Her thesis project at the University of Washington’s Landscape Architecture program focused on methods of site analysis and graphic exploration on the downtown Seattle waterfront.


University of Washington, Master of Landscape Architecture, 2020
University of Washington, Master of Urban Planning, 2020
Michigan State University, Bachelor of Science, Urban and Regional Planning, 2016


UW PAC, Student Support Committee Member 2021 – present
ACE Mentorship Program, Puget Sound Affiliate, 2021 – 2022

Passions: ultra marathons, trail running, bike touring, cooking, nordic skiing, backpacking, sketching, collage

selected projects+

I-405, Northeast 85th Street Interchange and Inline BRT Station – Kirkland, WA
Midway Park Master Plan – Des Moines, WA (AHBL)
Housing Hilltop – Tacoma, WA (AHBL)