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Bradford McKee

Editor, Landscape Architecture Magazine, Washington, District of Columbia

Bradford McKee is the editor of Landscape Architecture Magazine.

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Edmund Hollander, FASLA

President, Hollander Design, New York, New York

presenter photoEdmund Hollander is President of Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects, a New York based, award-winning firm, with projects ranging from high-end residential design, urban rooftops, to urban developments. After studying history at Vassar College, Edmund completed a program in Ecology and Horticulture at the New York Botanical Gardens. He then continued his graduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania in Landscape Architecture. After graduating from Penn, Ed worked for The Delta Group in Philadelphia and Clarke and Rapuano in New York City before founding Hollander Design, with his partner Maryanne Connelly in 1991.

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Stephen Eich, ASLA, LEED AP

Senior Associate, Hollander Design, New York, New York

presenter photoStephen Eich, an associate at Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects since 2010, designs and manages many international and urban projects in various stages of design and construction. Stephen graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture in 2007. Previously, Stephen spent five years working for Douglas Hoerr Landscape Architecture, and subsequently at Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects; advancing his passion of the urban, and private residential landscape.

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Melissa Reavis, ASLA

Landscape Designer, Hollander Design, Jersey City, New Jersey

Melissa Reavis is a graduate from the University of Connecticut’s Landscape Architecture program and has been a member of the Hollander Design team since 2007. She currently designs and manages many residential projects in the Hamptons, ranging from small courtyards to large country estates. Melissa began her career at Doyle Herman Design Associates in Greenwich, Connecticut, where she gained valuable experience in private residential design

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Marjorie Bart Salcedo, RLA, ASLA

Senior Landscape Architect, Hollander Design, New York, New York



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Geoffrey M. Valentino, ASLA

Senior Associate, Hollander Design, New York, New York

Geoffrey Valentino graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture in 2005. Geoff began his career at Wallace Roberts & Todd working on masterplanning, campus visioning and urban design. In 2007, Geoff joined Peter Lindsey Schaudt, subsequently Hoerr-Schaudt Landscape Architects. Geoff contributed to, and managed a wide variety of commercial and residential projects. In 2011, Geoff joined Hollander Design. He currently designs and manages residential and commercial projects throughout the east coast.

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SAT-A02 - Inside the LA Studio with Hollander Design

Saturday, November 7

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Room: E351, Level 3

1.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AIA/HSW, AICP, FL, GBCI

Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects has been involved with environmental planning and design projects covering a wide range of scales for 20 years. Each project focuses attention on detailed design and environmental appropriateness encompassing, wherever possible, elements of the native or vernacular landscape. Hollander Design utilizes a combination of landscape architectural, horticultural, and ecological talents to develop creative solutions to design problems.


Moderator(s):

Bradford McKee

Editor, Landscape Architecture Magazine, Washington, District of Columbia

Panelist(s):

Edmund Hollander, FASLA

President, Hollander Design, New York, New York

Stephen Eich, ASLA, LEED AP

Senior Associate, Hollander Design, New York, New York

Melissa Reavis, ASLA

Landscape Designer, Hollander Design, Jersey City, New Jersey

Marjorie Bart Salcedo, RLA, ASLA

Senior Landscape Architect, Hollander Design, New York, New York

Geoffrey M. Valentino, ASLA

Senior Associate, Hollander Design, New York, New York

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore the ways in which Hollander Design harbors a successful collaborative design process by working effectively with allied design professionals.
  • Learn about the diversity of single-family residential landscapes and gain insight into the various design opportunities available in single-family, private residential landscapes.
  • Understand how Holladner Design integrates sustainable practices within traditional landscape typologies, and identify ways which sustainable practices have been integrated successfully into traditional style landscapes.
  • Learn about the impact of climate change on the classification of native species, evaluating how climate change has impacted the success of plant species which have generally been considered native in various regions, and looking ahead in planting design on how to create ecologically responsible landscape with non-native species.