- Ecologically-based designs for terraces, containers, yards, and green roofs.
- Features local flora and considers ecological relationships (such as pollination and seed dispersal), seasonality (spring turning to fall), textures (airy grasses, architectural shrubs) and winter interest.
- Provides rich biological diversity, habitat for wildlife, and a connection to the changing seasons.
- Examples of our work – selected projects
The Lucida, New York, NY
Upper East Side’s first LEED-certified condominiums. Designed native plant palette for 2700 sf green roof. The wildflowers, shrubs, and grasses provide bold contrasts of color and texture to be read from a distance of overlooking office buildings. Completion 2010.
Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, NY
This ASLA award-winning Magnolia Courtyard highlighted local histories and the regional ecosystem. The residence interfaces with the larger watershed and the Atlantic flyway (migratory birds) through the implementation of a vegetated roof, water collection and a native plant scheme.