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CLR Design
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

CLR Design (CLR) is an architectural and landscape architectural firm focused on designing zoological and botanical spaces around the world that inspire, educate, preserve and protect. Founded in 1984, CLR has 3 Principals and 32 employees. Our Core Purpose is to create impactful connections. Our clients have included approximately 1/3 of all the major zoos in the United States, as well as many notable international projects, and we have won more Exhibit Design awards from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) than any other single firm. Services include master planning, feasibility planning, research & exhibit development, design & construction document preparation and construction administration.



CLR Design

CLR Design

CLR Design

Giants of the Savanna, Dallas Zoo, Dallas, Texas

CLR Landscape Architects coordinated the redesign of 10 acres of the Dallas Zoo for a guest experience into the African Savanna. The project minimized public circulation space to allow for large animal areas, showcasing multiple species together on the savanna. A dynamic edge is created between the public and animal spaces where guests can enjoy an evening event overlooking the savanna, feed a herd of giraffes, and play on a Land Rover with lions.




CLR Design

CLR Design

CLR Design

Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

CLR has been working with the Philadelphia Zoo since 2010 implementing their unique Zoo360 animal exploration trail system. This campus-wide trail system has been woven into the guest experience and creates pathways for a wide range of animals including: great apes, giant otters, meerkats and large cats.




CLR Design

CLR Design

CLR Design

Entry and Predator Ridge, Denver Zoo, Denver, Colo.

CLR landscape architects and architects worked together on a new enlarged entry sequence at the Denver Zoo to welcome the Zoo's 1.5 million annual guests. The A 3/4 acre entry plaza flanked by two new buildings contains vehicular drop-off zone, seating integrated with plantings and playful sculptures, site lighting, ticketing, gift shop and other guest services. Immediately after entering the Zoo, guests have up close experiences with lions, hyenas and African wild dogs.




As seen in LASN magazine, October 2018.



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