Alec Gunn, Owner of Gunn Landscape Architecture provided advice to The New York Times readers on how to furnish a terrace or backyard with a particular focus on how to balance realizing a creative vision with the challenges of working in the city. The article featured the terrace of Josh Sapan and Ann Foley, who said of the completed project “We’re beyond thrilled. It’s just a treat to come home to.” To read the full article in The New York Times click here.
Gunn Landscape Architecture’s Design Director, Aaron McIntire was featured on the Kathy Kuo Home blog. Aaron discusses Gunn Landscape Architecture, his favorite plants, and some summer landscaping trends. Read more on Kathy’s website.
We are very excited to announce the inclusion of two Gunn projects in teNuese’s latest publication, Living Roofs. Check out this link from our press page to see the full spreads of our Central Park West Rooftop and Crosby Street Rooftop – the latter is also featured on the back cover! The book contains a beautifully curated selection of rooftop projects from all over the world with a focus on peace and relaxation. Dozens of stunning photos of roofs designed by the industry’s best are accompanied by project descriptions and plant lists, making this book an inspirational resource for everyday garden lovers and landscape designers alike. Order a copy through teNeues’s website here.
Gunn Landscape Architecture wins Editors’ Pick of the Outdoor Oasis Category of the 2016 HGTV Ultimate Outdoor Award. The project, which was designed by Gunn, and built by Vert Gardens, was selected for its exceptional design and inspirational outdoor spaces. See the full list of category winners. Stay tuned to see it featured on HGTV.com soon.
We are proud to be featured in the March/April issue of Luxe Magazine. Pick up a copy and flip to page 304 or sign up for their digital app to catch a first glimpse of a recent Chelsea terrace project, designed by Gunn Landscape Architecture and built by Vert Gardens.
This Lawrence, NY residence gets added roof appeal. A living greenwall lends a striking focal point while concealing an unsightly AC condenser unit and generator. See more on our design process in this video published by greenroofs.com. Additional images of the project are available on the in progress page.