We are pleased to announce our 2018 Design Award Winners!
From projects that examine a site’s historic and cultural influences to those that explore innovative design approaches, this year’s winning award submissions showcase the full range of the landscape architectural profession. There is a clear theme of resiliency and sustainability with the award winners that show appreciation for the long term value of landscapes – again embracing changing conditions of climate and urbanization in the urban projects to appreciation of seasonal characteristics of plants, light and weather in the residential projects.
Juried by an interdisciplinary team from the Texas chapters of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), this year six Honor awards and ten Merit awards were selected.
The awards were presented at the ASLA-NY Design Awards Ceremony and Reception on April 11th at the Center for Architecture in Manhattan.
Following is a list of the Honor Awards:
Fairfield Residence, LaGuardia Design Landscape Architects, P.C.
Hudson Valley Retreat, Renée Byers Landscape Architect, P.C.
Industry City Courtyard 5-6, Terrain NYC Landscape Architecture, P.C.
New York Hall of Discovery Terrace, SCAPE
The Gowawnus Lowlands, SCAPE
Willamette Falls Riverwalk, Snøhetta
Following is a list of the Merit Awards:
Borderline Farm, RKLA Studio Landscape Architecture
Collaboration and Craft: Contemporizing an Historic Garden, Renée Byers Landscape Architect, P.C.
Empire Stores, Future Green Studio
Hells Kitchen Garden Courts, HMWhite
New York – Presbyterian & Columbia University Medical Campus Joint Master Plan, SCAPE
Prospect Park Perch at 1 Grand Army Plaza, Terrain NYC Landscape Architecture, P.C.
Sensory Arts Garden I ELS Center of Excellence, Dirtworks Landscape Architecture, P.C.
Towards Accessible Historic Streetscapes, Being Here Landscape Architecture & Environmental Design, PLLC
Verde Moderne, Hollander Design Landscape Architects
VIA 57 West Courtyard, Starr Whitehouse Landscape Architects and Planners, PLLC