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Elle Decor Features Hollander Rooftop

Elle Decor Features Hollander Rooftop

If the past three years have taught us anything, it’s that private outdoor space—especially in major cities—is worth its weight in gold. So when interior designer Heather Wells began work on a Greenwich Village duplex penthouse to serve as a home-away-from home for a young St. Louis family, it became clear that the home needed..
Hollander Design Wins 2023 IDA Award

Hollander Design Wins 2023 IDA Award

BRIDGE VIEW wins THE 2023 IDA AWARD FROM HC&g FOR LANDSCAPE DESIGN Judge Joan Michaels describes the terrain in this garden design as “not unlike a fairy tale.” Throughout the thoughtfully mapped-out project, bees, birds, and butterflies are as welcome as the occupants of the house are, in distinct areas ranging from an orchard walk to a..
Florida Design Features Hollander Design Project

Florida Design Features Hollander Design Project

The three words of directive used by the homeowners were “tailored, relaxed, and tropical,” adjectives that don’t always go hand in hand. Valentino and his team complied with a green and white palette and “designed a clean edge around all the planting areas with clipped Green Island ficus and then allowed all the interior plantings..
The New York Times Features Hollander Ideas for Landscape Lighting

The New York Times Features Hollander Ideas for Landscape Lighting

“Especially in the city, most people experience their gardens at night more than they do during the day,” said Stephen Eich, the urban studio director at Hollander Design, a landscape architecture firm based in New York. “We’re always super conscious about making sure that it’s well illuminated and inviting, just so people can enjoy their garden.”..
Hollander Design Wins ASLA-NY Award

Hollander Design Wins ASLA-NY Award

Whimsy Farm is the winner of a New York ASLA Award in 2023. This country residence is defined by strong axes and garden rooms, spatial relationships to architecture, and materials that celebrate the vernacular. Woven in and throughout this traditional framework are a sense of whimsy and a definitive step toward ecological health in the landscape...
Topping Farm Wins 2022 Acanthus Award

Topping Farm Wins 2022 Acanthus Award

POLLINATOR LANDSCAPE WINS RECOGNITION The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICAA) Midwest Chapter has given its 2022 garden design award to the Topping Farm project. The landscape design for this post-agricultural homestead near the ocean gives a large property a sense of cohesion and identity connected to its past. The site includes historic, traditional..
Hollander Residence Wins ASLA-IL Award

Hollander Residence Wins ASLA-IL Award

JURY COMMENDS WHIMSY FARM’S ‘INVITING AND WARM SOCIAL SPACES’ The ASLA Illinois chapter has given Hollander Design’s “Whimsy Farm” project a 2022 Merit Award. Whimsy Farm is defined by strong axes and garden rooms, spatial relationships to architecture, and materials that celebrate the vernacular. Woven in and throughout this traditional framework are a sense of..
Hollander Pollinator Landscape Wins ASLA-IL Award

Hollander Pollinator Landscape Wins ASLA-IL Award

ASLA-IL GIVES HONOR AWARD TO ‘TOPPING FARM’ The American Society of Landscape Architects Illinois Chapter has given one of its highest-level design awards in 2022 to Hollander Design’s Topping Farm project. The landscape design for this post-agricultural homestead near the ocean gives a large property a sense of cohesion and identity connected to its past...
Veranda Magazine Highlights Hollander Landscape

Veranda Magazine Highlights Hollander Landscape

Step Inside a Nature Lover’s Paradise Designed by Landscape Architect Edmund Hollander SEE THE ARTICLE I try to create a home for everyone—particularly for the non-paying residents like animals. They bring such a richness, making everything seem more alive,” notes landscape architect Edmund Hollander of Hollander Design. “This waterfront landscape in the Hamptons combines natural ecology,..
Edmund Hollander on The Chairish Podcast

Edmund Hollander on The Chairish Podcast

The Dirt on the New American Garden With the pandemic shutdown, the interest in gardens seemed to skyrocket. Did this mark a significant and permanent change in how we approach nature? Will the garden become a place to be lived in and not just looked at? Do concerns about the environment and climate change affect..