Today you are invited to enter the world of Deborah Nevins & Associates, the New York–based landscape designer that creates landscapes in harmony with their buildings and is part of the AD TOP 100 INTERIOR DESIGNERS 2017.
Founded over twenty years ago, Deborah Nevins & Associates designs projects all over the world, ranging in size from urban gardens to a forty-acre park and a ranch of several thousand acres. Current work includes The Stavros Niarchos Cultural Center in Athens, in collaboration with The Renzo Piano Building Workshop, as well as large private estates in New England, Long Island, Texas and the Caribbean. A ranch with The Renzo Piano Building Workshop and the Pritzker Garden at The Art Institute of Chicago are recently completed projects.
The Renzo Piano Building Workshop
The work of Deborah Nevins & Associates is featured by exciting visual experiences and an extremely sophisticated use of plants, reflecting the wide geographic distribution of the firm’s work, as well as our experience in green-roof technology and planting. Close coordination from the inception of the project with a team of professionals including architects, engineers, soil specialists, irrigation contractors, arborists and maintenance supervisors, ensures that there is a rational and integrated relationship between the program, the built form, and the surrounding landscape.
Deborah Nevins & Associates takes pride in collaborating with renowned architectural firms that practice in diverse stylistic languages. Also experienced at integrating sculpture into designs, the firm already worked with a wide number of clients with distinguished fine arts collections.
Pritzker Garden at The Art Institute of Chicago
At once intimate and elegant, Deborah Nevins & Associates creates landscapes with the purpose extended beyond the simply beautiful. As part of an ethos, the firm is deeply committed to creating sustainable landscapes. Ease of maintenance, function and performance, safety, and universal accessibility are inherent to our concept of sustainable design.
The firm’s expertise is in working with fragile natural environments using indigenous plant communities that are in harmony with the local ecology, most especially with wetlands and protected areas in New England, Long Island and the West.