Cultural / Civic

Cultural centers and civic facilities promote, facilitate, and accommodate learning, culture, and the arts. These places may display works of art and host concerts, lectures, weddings, and other special events. Oasis designs cultural and civic areas that are aesthetically pleasing, accommodate a variety of functions, consider foot traffic and impact on the landscape, anticipate catering and restroom access, and provide accessibility to all intended users in such a way as to engage guests and enhance their experience.

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The Wilmer Eye Institute

Baltimore, Maryland   

The Wilmer Eye Institute is a research and outpatient surgery facility with laboratory, clinical, and office spaces. The 1.6-acre site is bounded on three sides by major streets. As site planner and landscape architect for The Wilmer Eye Institute, Oasis Design Group developed a site plan that addressed vehicular access, circulation, parking, and overall landscape aesthetic. Continue reading

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Smithsonian National Museum of American History

Washington, D.C.

The National Museum of American History is part of the Smithsonian-the world`s largest museum and research complex. Continue reading

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Big Cork Vineyards

Rohrersville, Maryland

Oasis Design Group developed the site master plan and detailed site design for a wide range of activities for Big Cork Vineyards, a master planned destination winery in the greater Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland area. Continue reading