MAY 23, 2018
HARRISON GREEN is seeking talented applicants for a full-time design position in our Brooklyn studio. The position is open to all landscape architecture and landscape design professionals with at least 2 years of professional experience.
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BEYOND THE CENTERLINE DESIGN COMPETITION
MARCH 13, 2018
We are proud to present "A Wild Place" our proposal that re-envisions a section of New York's Park Avenue medians as an untamed ribbon of forest threaded through the urban landscape.
The collaboration with HASSELL was shortlisted from a field of more than 150 entries in the Beyond the Centerline international design competition and placed on public exhibition in New York.
Thank you to all who participated in the public vote portion and congratulations to the entire team!
GARDENISTA CONSIDERED DESIGN AWARDS 2017
JULY 10, 2017
Our Upper West Side Terrace project is a finalist in the 2017 Gardenista Considered Design Awards for Best Professional Landscape.
Voting runs through August 4th and you can vote once daily. Thank you in advance for your support!
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2017 APLD AWARD WINNERS
APRIL 26, 2017
HARRISON GREEN has taken out 3 awards in the 2017 APLD International Landscape Design Awards!
Gold for our Upper East Side Maisonette Garden; Gold for our Non-residential Terrace at the Baccarat Hotel; and Silver for our Upper East Side Terrace (a collaboration with Andre Tchelistcheff Architects and Carol Egan Interiors).
Thank you to our amazing team whose hard work make these achievements possible! We look forward to accepting our awards at the 2017 APLD Conference in Boston, this July!
1 HOTEL BROOKLYN BRIDGE IS OPEN!
MARCH 3, 2017
Situated at Pier 1, just south of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge in Brooklyn Bridge Park, the 194 guest room hotel is committed to sustainability and eco-conscious design.
HARRISON GREEN had the pleasure of providing all the interior green moments throughout the hotel, including the dramatic 25-foot vertical living wall in the lobby, that is undoubtedly the centerpiece of the space. A departure from the traditional green wall, an organic framework was developed based on the way plants colonize space in nature. This canvas was then projected onto the wall where vegetation is invited to emerge and grow freely, becoming a constantly changing living edifice.