Dallas Hacienda Wins Honor Award From American Society of Landscape Architects

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Photo courtesy of ASLA, Reed Hilderbrand, and Mayer.

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) recently announced the winners of the 2013 Professional Awards, a program designed to recognize the top residential designs, public places, campuses, parks, and urban planning projects across the United States. The awards, considered one of the highest honors in landscape design, will be presented in Boston on November 18. The event will highlight 33 winners chosen from 534 entries.

A Dallas home was selected as an Honor Award in Residential Design courtesy of the landscape design by Reed Hilderbrand, a firm from Watertown, Massachusetts. Local architect firm Bodron + Fruit and local lighting design firm Craig Roberts Associates are listed in the project’s resources. You can view more pictures of the 1981 Edward Larrabee Barnes house and four-acre property, as well as the design narrative and featured products by clicking here.