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2022 Award Videos Now Live

Updated: Mar 9

The Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA Connecticut) has announced the winners of its annual Connecticut Professional & Student Awards competition, recognizing excellence in landscape architectural design, planning and analysis, communication, and research. To be eligible, applicants must be a landscape architect or designer in the state of Connecticut, and the entrant or project location must be based in Connecticut. Student entrants must be a resident of Connecticut who attends the University of Connecticut or another accredited landscape architecture program out of state.



“We are honored to offer awards to our members for their achievements in the advancement of the profession of landscape architecture," said Daniel J. Granniss, president of ASLA Connecticut and a landscape architect with S/L/A/M Collaborative in Glastonbury. "Landscape architecture is critical to the health, safety, welfare, and well-being of the communities we serve. Our Executive Committee is a diverse group of professionals and emerging professionals dedicated to serving our members and the community. We remain at beck and call to advance our strategic plan to better protect the environment and benefit the community.”




Winners of the 2022 ASLA Connecticut Professional Awards competition can be found at https://www.ctasla.org/award-galleries

Landscape Architectural Design/Built Works — Municipal/Public Spaces


  • SLR (New Haven, CT) — EXCELLENCE AWARD for Millbrook Meadow & Mill Pond Restoration (Rockport, MA)

  • Fuss & O'Neill (Manchester, CT) — MERIT AWARD for 165 Capitol Avenue Revitalization (Hartford, CT)


Landscape Architectural Design/Built Works — Corporate/Institutional


  • Langan (New Haven, CT) — HONOR AWARD for Innovation Partnership Building (Storrs, CT)

  • AECOM Technical Services Inc. (Rocky Hill, CT) — MERIT AWARD for North Eagleville Road Infrastructure Repair/Replacement & Upgrades (Storrs, CT)

  • Langan (New Haven, CT) — MERIT AWARD for Bells of Remembrance – Peace Garden (Sandy Hook, CT)

  • Towers|Golde, LLC (New Haven, CT) — MERIT AWARD for Yale University Humanities Quadrangle (New Haven, CT)

  • William Kenny Associates (Fairfield, CT) — MERIT AWARD for Greenwich Academy Campus Improvements (Greenwich, CT)


Landscape Architectural Design/Built Works — Residential


  • Devore Associates (Fairfield, CT) — HONOR AWARD for Dune Road House (Quogue, NY)

  • Devore Associates (Fairfield, CT) — MERIT AWARD for The Dormers (Watch Hill, RI)

  • Haver Skolnick Architects (Roxbury, CT) — MERIT AWARD for Farmhouse Garden (Washington, CT)

  • Louis Fusco Landscape Architects (Pound Ridge, NY) — MERIT AWARD for Horseneck Brook Residence (Greenwich, CT)

  • Louis Fusco Landscape Architects (Pound Ridge, NY) — MERIT AWARD for Woodland Pond (Litchfield County, CT)

  • Matteson Landscape Architecture (Fairfield, CT) — MERIT AWARD for A Gardener's Historic Southport (Southport, CT)

  • Seventy Acres (Sandy Hook, CT) — MERIT AWARD for Hillside Retreat (Westport, CT)


Landscape Architectural Research


  • Heritage Landscapes (Norwalk, CT) — HONOR AWARD for Yale Campus – Farrand Cultural Landscapes Study (New Haven, CT)


Community Service


  • Aris Land Studio (Bridgeport, CT) — MERIT AWARD for Discovery Magnet School Pollinator & Sensory Gardens (Bridgeport, CT)


Student Awards


  • Alexandra Heckmann, University of Connecticut — MERIT AWARD for Beyond the Meadows


The jury for this year’s competition was comprised of members of the South Carolina 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.



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