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 2019 Connecticut ASLA Professional Awards competition include:
Landscape Architectural Design – Municipal/Public Spaces
Heritage Landscapes, (Norwalk, Conn.), HONOR AWARD for Mellon Square (Pittsburgh, Penn.)
Towers|Golde, LLC (New Haven, Conn.), MERIT AWARD for Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife Headquarters (Westborough, Mass.)
Landscape Architectural Design – Corporate Institutional
RKLA Studio Landscape Architecture LLP (New York, N.Y.), MERIT AWARD for Center Cemetery Columbarium and Garden (Norfolk, Conn.)
Towers|Golde, LLC (New Haven, Conn.), MERIT AWARD for Green Zone, New York Botanical Garden (Bronx, N.Y.)
Landscape Architectural Design – Residential
Doyle Herman Design Associates (Greenwich, Conn.), HONOR AWARD for Bluff Road (Amagansett, N.Y.)
Reed Hilderbrand LLC (New Haven, Conn.), HONOR AWARD for Legacy + Invention: Seeding New Ecologies, Revealing Artifacts of Industry and Agriculture (East Haddam, Conn.)
Anne Penniman Associates, LLC (Essex, Conn.), MERIT AWARD for Cabin in the Woods (Harpswell, Maine)
Janice Parker Landscape Architects (Greenwich, Conn.), MERIT AWARD for Hill Top Farm (Millbrook, N.Y.)
Doyle Herman Design Associates (Greenwich, Conn.), MERIT AWARD for Pleasant Valley Farm (New Canaan, Conn.)
Landscape Planning & Analysis
Heritage Landscapes (Norwalk, Conn.), MERIT AWARD for Bloedel Reserve (Bainbridge Island, Wash.)
The jury for this year’s competition was comprised of members of the Minnesota Chapter of ASLA.
Founded in 1899, the American Society of Landscape Architects is the national professional association for landscape architects, representing more than 15,000 members. Landscape architecture is a comprehensive discipline of land analysis, planning, design, management, preservation and rehabilitation. ASLA promotes the landscape architecture profession and advances the practice through advocacy, education, communication and fellowship.
To be eligible, an applicant must be a landscape architect or designer in the state of Connecticut, and the entrant or project location must be based in Connecticut.
“We enjoyed a record number of submissions to our awards program this year, involving a wide variety of project types,” said Thomas Hammerberg, president of CTASLA and a landscape architect at Stantec, in New Haven. “A number of winners involved projects outside of Connecticut, too. This tells me the profession is robust, and our firms are thriving, talented, and in demand.”
Select images and plans of the award-winning projects can be viewed at www.ctasla.org/2019.Awards.htm.