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We have extensive experience designing landscapes for institutions such as museums, churches, government buildings, libraries, courthouses, memorials, and visitor centers of all kinds. Whatever the intended use, we focus on reinforcing each institution's vision, its civic program, and its educational goals. These sites accommodate a variety of public and private uses that extend the institution's character and activities to the out-of-doors, day and night, and throughout the year. Visitor access, orientation, wayfinding, public image, security, and connections to community are all key parts of a successful institution's landscape. Our interpretive programs also add a layer of richness and meaning to the visitor experience.
Select Clients

Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University
Cape Cod Canal Visitors Center
Delaware Art Museum
Dey Mansion
FDR Presidential Library and Museum
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University
Fort Stanwix National Monument
Fruitlands Museum
Heckscher Museum and Park
Higgins Armory Museum
Houston Children’s Museum
Ijams Nature Center
John F. Kennedy Museum
Joppa Flats/Plum Island
Knock Knock Children’s Museum
Knoxville Museum of Art
L&G Distillery and Visitors Center
Mary Baker Eddy House
Massachusetts Audubon Society
Museum of Glass and Ceramics
Museum of Industry
Museum of Science
National Heritage Museum
National Museum of Art
National Museum of Marine Science and Technology
Newburyport Visitor Center
Norman Rockwell Museum
North Carolina Zoo
Plymouth Transportation and Visitor Center
Provincetown Museum
Rockingham House
Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
Salem Maritime National Historic Site
The Beale Estate, Adams National Historic Site
The Children’s Museum
The Longyear Museum
The Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
USS Nautilus Memorial Museum
Worcester Art Museum