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 usually presented formally at our annual Design Awards event in April (2021 will be different)


  1. General Design
  2. General Design – Small firm
  3. Large Scale Residential Design
  4. Small Scale Residential Design
  5. Community Impact
  6. Analysis, Planning, Research and Communications
  7. Un-built Projects


The Call for Submissions is usually open every January with an online submission platform and the awards are juried by a sister chapter in February.   The program has been revised in 2021, and submissions will open March 1.

Awards are generally presented formally at our annual Design Awards in April.  The format and date of the ceremony has yet to be determined for 2021.

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. PLEASE NOTE: Due to changing our website to a new platform, the 2020 award winning projects have not been posted yet. They will be created in the new platform and published live this spring. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

Please view the 2020 ASLA-NY Design Award Winners Video Presentations on our YouTube Channel: 

Part 1 and Part 2

2015 Design Awards

Awards News

ASLA-NY 2014 Design Award Winners Announced!

For immediate release New York, February 21, 2014 Contact: Kathy Shea, 212.269.2984, [email protected] ASLA New York Announces 2014 Design Award Winners In the face of global climate change, catastrophic, ecosystem-altering superstorms and ever-evolving technology that is driving us to re-think the way we live, work and play, the field of landscape architecture continues to stand at the forefront of the planning, design and care of our natural and man-made environments.  Nothing epitomizes that better than this year’s recipients of the […]