Salvador (Chip) Impastato has extensive experience in corporate, retail, mixed-use, and hospitality projects throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia providing principal-level project management and design development decision making for major commissions.
Chip believes that well-designed spaces should be high-performing landscapes, designed with a long-term outlook. He creates unique places designed specifically with people in mind, using performance metrics particular to the site and the end user. His expertise in place-based design, management, and project protocol has been instrumental in the creation of award-winning projects ranging from high-density mixed use to urban living developments.
In addition to an in-depth involvement with his projects, Chip has been a guest lecturer at national level conferences and to university level design students. He is active professionally in organizations such as ASLA, ICSC, ULI and is an adviser to the Dallas Arboretum. His projects have been published in City by Design, USA and Landscape Design, China.