New Haven, CT – The Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (CTASLA) has announced the winners of its annual Connecticut Professional Awards competition, recognizing excellence in landscape architectural design, planning and analysis, communication, and research.
Winners of the 2020 Connecticut ASLA Professional Awards competition include:
Landscape Architectural Design / Municipal/Public Spaces
Langan, New Haven – Merit Award for Bedford Square in Westport
Landscape Architectural Design / Residential
Artemis Landscape Architects, Sandy Hook – Honor Award for Coastal Contemporary Landscape in Westport
Janice Parker Landscape Architects, Greenwich – Merit Award for Private Eden in Redding
Anne Penniman Associates LLC of Essex – Merit Award for Re-envisioning a Hamptons Landscape in Southampton, N.Y.
James Doyle Design Associates of Greenwich – Merit Award for Greenwich Modern in Greenwich
Landscape Architectural Design / Corporate/Institutional
Milone & MacBroom, Inc. of Cheshire – Honor Award for Outside Lies Magic in North Haven
Langan of New Haven – Merit Award for Delamar West Hartford
Landscape Planning & Analysis
Stantec of New Haven – Honor Award for Albany, N.Y. Skyway Master Plan
Heritage Landscapes LLC of Norwalk – Merit Award for Planting Fields Cultural Landscape Report in Oyster Bay, Long Island, N.Y.
CTASLA also included Student Awards this year for the first time, inviting students from the Landscape Architecture program at the University of Connecticut to submit scholastic work for peer review.
Vanessa Ayala of Elmhurst, N.Y., University of Connecticut – Honor Award for Mending the Grid: Manifesting Sheldon-Charter Oak’s Identity
Anthony Madore of East Lyme, Conn., University of Connecticut – Merit Award for Farm River Resilience
Moises Hernandez-Rivera of Bridgeport, University of Connecticut – Merit Award for Considine Estate – Sunset House
A gallery of images of these award-winning projects can be viewed at https://www.ctasla.org/award-galleries.
“Our community is filled with energetic, resourceful, and passionate practitioners,” said Oliver Gaffney, president of CTASLA and a landscape architect at TPA Design Group in New Haven. “The diversity of projects submitted speaks to the capacity of landscape architects to be communicators, educators, advocates, and problem solvers in communities all across the state.”