Robert Sabbatini AICP FASLA
Robert Sabbatini is a planner, landscape architect, and urban designer with 37 years of experience.
As a sole proprietor, he applies his skills as a prime consultant and in association with colleagues in planning and design. His work has benefited students, faculty, and staff of 38 institutions of higher education, through more than 76 projects ranging from master plans to design.
For more than a decade, Mr. Sabbatini headed campus planning at Sasaki Associates, San Francisco. As a principal there, he directed planning and design work for campuses and cultural institutions including the University of California, Berkeley; University of Nevada, Reno; Pierce College, Los Angeles; Santa Clara University, and The Huntington in San Marino, California. His prior planning and design positions were with POD, Inc., Santa Ana and San Francisco; Roy Mann Associates, Cambridge; and Derek Lovejoy and Partners, Great Britain.
Mr. Sabbatini is a frequent speaker at conferences as well as a design critic to academic institutions. He was an instructor in the professional development course in Campus Planning and Design at Harvard University Graduate School of Design for ten years. His work has been recognized with awards from the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Society for College and University Planning, the American Planning Association, and other professional organizations.
283 Roosevelt Way
Campus Physical Framework Vision
This comprehensive physical framework vision of open spaces and buidlings will bring greater specificity to the Campus Plan, better inform decisions on how to accommodate growth and change, and preserve the beauty and functionality of the campus.
University of Nevada, Reno
Reno Master Plan Update, Phase 1
The City of Reno has launched a multi-year effort to prepare a new master plan- an opportunity for to assess the community today, understand choices for the future, and influence the master plan policies to match the vision. Serving as a subconsulatnt to Clarion Associates
University of Oregon Department of Landscape Architecture
Creating a Vision: A Landscape Framework for the UO Campus, October 2015