Hollander Design Wins Two NY ASLA Awards

11 Hoyt wins merit award for residential design

11 Hoyt transforms its full-block site, formerly a parking garage, into an elevated green podium anchored by a residential tower. Visible from the street yet buffered from its activity, the podium’s 27,000SF landscape supports the innate human instinct to connect with nature and other living beings. A planting matrix focused on pollinators intentionally functions as a waystation for migrating birds and butterflies while encouraging neighbors to meet and interact among trees, gardens, and other amenities.

We were honored to work with Studio Gang, Hill West, Michaelis Boyd, McNamara Salvia, Cosentini, Pine & Swallow, Hines, Earthscape, and Tishman Speyer to bring this project to life.

Farm Fields wins merit award for residential design

When our original clients sold this property, we were invited to create its next iteration. The original home, which ultimately became a guesthouse, was traditional shingle style. Our new clients’ vision was for a contemporary residence embracing open views of the expansive pastoral agricultural preserve that encompasses a significant portion of the property. Our design knits a new, modern home into a landscape of many disparate elements. The promise of this home — a juxtaposition between tailored and natural, contemporary and traditional — is palpable from the moment one arrives.

We were honored to work with Kligerman Architecture & Design and Haynes Roberts on this project.