Parks | Open Space

Houston Botanic Garden

Clark Condon was an integral part of the design team for the Houston Botanic Garden, a 120-acre site with educational opportunities, event and gathering spaces, and places for reflection. Bordered by Sims Bayou, the gardens incorporate Houston’s waterways and complement the natural landscape of the site. The Global Collection and Culinary Gardens showcase diverse plantings

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Windrose Green

Clark Condon assisted in the design of Windrose Green, a 154-acre single family residential development in Angleton, Texas. To establish the overall character of the community, materials and the planting palette were meticulously selected. The community entry design included thoughtful crafting of the signage, logos, and landscaping. Multiple types of lighting were integrated, and natural

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Trillium Park

Trillium Park sits in the heart of the “West Village” of the Grand Central Park master planned community. A serene, natural stream-like water feature is adjoined by a 1,050-square-foot lighted pavilion and open lawn. Trillium Park boasts large existing trees with a concrete path weaving through them.

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Brock Park

Clark Condon led the design to re-purpose an existing under-utilized golf course into a multi-sport adventure park. Brock Park, set at the confluence of two bayous, was damaged by weather conditions in early 2016 limiting accessibility to the course and closed to the public. The City of Houston and the Houston Parks and Recreation Department

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Coyote Park at La Cantera

Clark Condon began this project with master planning for a 22-acre destination community park in the heart of the La Cantera development in San Antonio, Texas. We have had the pleasure of working on numerous phases of La Cantera over the years. Coyote Park, a recently completed 7.5-acre dog park, is predicted to be one

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League Park

League Park, a historic park, includes iconic elements such as a gazebo, caboose and clock tower. Divided by a central plaza, the north side of the park contains more active recreation elements like basketball courts and a large play structure.

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Sharpstown Park and Pool

Clark Condon worked with the City of Houston to create a master plan to update the Sharpstown Park and Pool. The master plan focused on better utilization of the spaces; creating a more welcoming entry sequence for the park, community center and golf shop; and updating the facilities. We removed the pool from its current

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