Contemporary Gardens of the Hamptons: Christopher LaGuardia
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Water is a crucial design factor in Christopher LaGuardia's elegant landscapes-both its serene beauty and its surging power. Dotted with wetlands and encircled by waterfront, the Hamptons are impacted by reduced water quality, erosion, and colonies of invasive species. LaGuardia discusses the challenges of developing waterfront properties while also looking to protect and enhance the natural environment, including creative ways to capture runoff, create habitats for wildlife, and choose the best mix of grasses, perennials, and woody shrubs for a given site.
Led by Managing Principal and Founder Christopher LaGuardia, PLA, FASLA, LaGuardia Design Group (LDG)works extensively on the East End of Long Island, as well in New York City, New England, Florida, the Caribbean. LDG's 25-person firm has garnered many honors,most recently ASLA's 2021 National Honor Award in Residential Design. Their work has been featured in many media outlets, including Architectural Digest, HGTV, andHamptons Magazine, to name a few. A fellow of ASLA since 2014, LaGuardia lectures widely and also serves on the board of the Cultural Landscape Foundation in Washington, D.C.
We offer Continuing Education credits (CEUS) for LA CES and APLD for successful completion of this lecture.
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