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New York Landscape Architects Design Awards

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Here in New York, spring has sprung at last, so there couldn’t be a more appropriate time to celebrate accomplishments in landscape architecture. A show currently running at the Center for Architecture spotlights the New York Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architecture’s 2013 Design Awards. The 18 honored firms were selected by the Texas chapter of the ASLA for their excellence in planning, design and development of built outdoor environments. From private residences to parks to a green roof in the middle of Times Square, each project demonstrates creative solutions that elevate our surroundings. Click through for a look at the recipients’ winning work.

The show runs through this Saturday. Click here for more information.

The Center for Architecture is exhibiting the NYASLA Design Awards through this Saturday.
HM White Site Architects’ landscape design atop the roof of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden Visitor Center allows the...
The Bushwick Inlet Park makes use of five-acres of land on the shore of the East River.
Dirtworks’ landscape work on 109 rural acres in Chatham, NY, creates a therapeutic environment for Camphill Ghent’s...
After 80 years spent under public parking lots, the Saw Mill River was resurrected by Saratoga Associates.
A serene garden courtyard for Intercontinental Hotel lives in an unlikely location – busy and bright Times Square.
Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects let this modern home with traditional roots inform their landscape design.
HM White Site Architects used the MiMA roof terraces to link interior amenity spaces and create green respites in the...
Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects transformed a former industrial site into a 4.25-acre public park on the shoreline...
Landgarden’s rejuvenation of a once underused community garden has created a valued community asset in the South Bronx.
The Oasis Agrarian Eco-Town Master Plan is the first step to develop an 11,000-hectare organic farm and agricultural...
Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects took cues from the natural environment in the landscaping of On The Bluff.
The Orongo Station Homestead Garden consists of seven gardens each of distinct style (English Perennial, Native Bush...
Thomas Balsley Associates’ revitalization of Perk Park transformed a neglected area prone to criminal activity into a...
Pier One, the first completed section of Brooklyn Bridge Park, has already revitalized the formerly abandoned...
The Prospect Park Lakeshore and Music Island was built in efforts to create a usable waterfront promenade for...
Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects used planned garden rooms to create the feeling of a spacious environment on a...
A multi-generational family enlisted Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects to create a unified landscape surrounding a...
The outdoor space at Via Verde, a sustainable residential development in the South Bronx consists of a ground level...
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