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ASLA-NY Awards Winners Announced
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ASLA-NY Awards Winners Announced

New York-based firms SWA/Balsley and WEISS/MANFREDI earned an Honor award for the landscape design of Hunter's Point South Waterfront Park Phase II. This park was featured in the January Sustainable Design issue of LASN due to its stormwater mitigation properties. To read the article, click HERE.

The New York Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA-NY) has announced its 2019 Design Award recipients, highlighting exemplary landscape projects from New York-based firms.

This year, one Award of Excellence, fourteen Honor awards and seventeen Merit awards were handed out. All of the winners were honored at an awards ceremony held at the Center for Architecture in lower Manhattan on April 11.

The following is a full list of the 2019 ASLA-NY Design Award-winners:
• 2019 Award of Excellence - James Corner Field Operations (JCFO), Domino Park

Honor Awards
o CIVITAS + W Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Julian B Lane River Center and Park
o Dirtworks Landscape Architecture, Resilient Dunescape
o Future Green Studio, Sections of the Anthropocene
o LaGuardia Design Group, Bridgehampton Sculpture Garden
o HIP Landscape Architecture, The Art of Collaboration: Bringing Landscape Architecture into the Classroom
o Studio Hollander Design Landscape Architects, Dune House
o Hollander Design Landscape Architects, Topping Farm
o Renee Byers Landscape Architect, Hillside Haven
o SCAPE, First Avenue Water Plaza
o SCAPE, Public Sediment for Alameda Creek
o Jungles Studio, in collaboration with SiteWorks Landscape Architecture, The Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice
o SWA/Balsley + WEISS/MANFREDI, Hunter's Point South Waterfront Park Phase II
o SWA/Balsley, Naftzger Park
o Terrain NYC Landscape Architecture, No Name Inlet at Greenpoint

• Merit Awards
o BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, Islais Hyper-Creek
o Doyle Herman Design Associates, Ecological Connection
o Future Green Studio, Brooklyn Children's Museum
o Joanna Pertz Landscape Architecture, Campos Plaza, NYCHA Housing Complex
o Joanna Pertz Landscape Architecture, Stuart's Garden
o LaGuardia Design Group, A River Runs Through It
o Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects, Freeman Plaza
o NYC Parks, Playground 52
o RAFT Landscape Architecture, Queens Boulevard Urban Design Plan
o Renee Byers Landscape Architect, Village Sanctuary
o Sawyer|Berson, Residences in Bridgehampton
o Sawyer|Berson, Residence on Sagg Pond
o SCAPE. Madison Avenue Plaza
o Steven Yavanian Landscape Architecture, Dumbo Courtyard
o Terrain NYC Landscape Architecture, Newswalk Entry Garden
o Terrain Work, Broadway Bouquet
o W Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Chouteau Greenway - The Valley Beeline

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