2020 Boston Society of Landscape Architects HONOR Award / 401 Park

July 7, 2020

401 Park in the Fenway was recently awarded a 2020 Design Honor Award at the Boston Society of Landscape Architects virtual awards gathering.  The jury noted that the project ”is a well done project all around; design, execution, photography, presentation and narrative” and “the jury appreciated the all season programming and public accessibility to a…

2019 Design Citation of Merit / DOCOMOMO

May 8, 2019

Pond House was awarded a Design Citation of Merit from the International committee for the documentation and conservation of buildings, sites and neighborhoods of the Modern Movement. (DOCOMOMO) The projects highlight the best in preservation practice by today’s architects, designers, and preservation professionals, for modern sites, landscapes and beyond. Docomomo Awards Focus on Landscape  

Doug Jones Awarded FASLA

May 24, 2018

We are very proud to announce that Douglas Jones, Principal, has been elevated to the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Council of Fellows.  The landscapes envisioned by Douglas are beautifully resilient, fresh and vibrant. His mastery of sculptural grading, fine detail, and carefully balanced proportion is evident in his mature designs, known for their subtlety…

2018 Bulfinch Award

February 27, 2018

LJLA is honored to have received a 2018 Bulfinch Award from The New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art for the John L. Gardner Estate.      

Best of Boston 2017

July 1, 2017

Happy to be included in the Best of Boston, “Best Landscape Architect”  from Boston Magazine 2017.

2017 Bulfinch Award

May 9, 2017

LJLA is honored to have recently received a Bulfinch Award from The New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art for the firm’s Ivy Court project.  On April 29, Doug Jones, Principal and John Haven, Senior Associate, accepted the award at a gala hosted at the Harvard Club.  The Bulfinch Awards “…recognize…

2017 TCLF What’s Out There Tour

April 1, 2017

Board member Keith LeBlanc led a tour on April 1 of the Piazza D’Italia in New Orleans as part of the two-day What’s Out There Weekend organized by The Cultural Landscape Foundation.  Participants learned about how leaders of the Italian-American community sought to commemorate the Italian immigrant experience in New Orleans, which resulted in Piazza…