ASLA-NY Design Awards

Organized by the Chapter Awards Committee, the Chapter awards bolster local visibility, acknowledge and promote the work of our membership, and publicly recognize excellence in landscape architecture. The awards are juried by a multidisciplinary panel convened by a sister chapter of ASLA. Awards are presented formally at our annual Design Awards event in April.


  1. General Design
  2. Small Project Under $150,000
  3. Residential Design
  4. Collaborative Design, recognizing the collaboration between a landscape architect and allied professionals.
  5. Analysis, Planning, Research and Communications
  6. Un-built Projects


The Call for Submissions is open every January with an online submission platform and are juried by a sister chapter in February. 

Awards will be presented formally at our annual Design Awards in April.

For more information and to submit for this year’s awards, CLICK HERE

To see the winners from previous years, please click on the links below.

2015 Design Awards

Awards News

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