AWARDS

HINDRY HOUSE, PASADENA

The California Preservation Foundation honored the Hindry House Cultural Landscape Report and Landscape Rehabilitation Project with a 2018 Design Preservation Award for the successful implementation of the CLR on a historically significant garden and cultural landscape. The City of Pasadena awarded LGLA a 2018 Historic Preservation Award for successfully restoring and rehabilitating the landscape for this historic Craftsman home, bringing cohesion to two periods of historical significance and providing contemporary uses that are respectful to the context. Additionally, LGLA was presented with the 2018 American Society of Landscape Architects, Southern California Chapter Merit Award for Preservation.

 

SPANISH BUNGALOW, LOS ANGELES

LGLA was recognized with the Editors' Pick in the Outdoor Oasis Category for the 2018 HGTV Ultimate Outdoor Awards. LGLA received the 2016 American Society of Landscape Architects, Southern California Chapter Honor Award in acknowledgment of the thoughtful design for this small space, which provides for multiple functions and incorporates custom features.

 

HAFLEY HOUSE, LONG BEACH

LGLA is proud to be have been a part of the restoration team for this unique Richard Neutra-designed residence, recognized by the Los Angeles Conservancy and the California Preservation Foundation, and acknowledged with a Docomomo 2015 Award of Excellence. Additionally, LGLA was recognized with the 2016 American Society of Landscape Architects, Southern California Chapter Merit Award for the landscape design. 

 

GARDEN ON THE ARROYO, PASADENA

The garden received a 2010 Golden Arrow Award from Pasadena Beautiful for contributing to the character and quality of the city.

 

VALLEY COLLEGE CAMPUS-WIDE IMPROVEMENTS, LOS ANGELES

The comprehensive plan received the 2005 American Society of Landscape Architects, Southern California Chapter Award for skillful blending of place making and sustainability.

 

 

PIERCE COLLEGE AESTHETIC MASTER PLAN, WOODLAND HILLS

The Plan was recognized with the 2003 American Society of Landscape Architects, Southern California Chapter Award for excellence in communicating design intent to a wide range of users, including the campus community and other design professionals.

 

GLASS HOUSE GARDEN, MANHATTAN BEACH

The garden was recognized with the 2001 American Society of Landscape Architects, Southern California Chapter Award for compatibility with the Rob Quigley-designed house and for creating a serene setting for an Isamu Noguchi sculpture.

 

BLUFFTOP GARDEN, CORONA DEL MAR

This much published garden received the 1999 American Society of Landscape Architects, Southern California Chapter Award for integration with a unique ocean front site.

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