So today I’m taking a different perspective for designer spotlight series and taking a look at landscape architect Nelson Byrd Woltz. His firm is amazing! I was first introduced to his stuff through Architectural Digest Magazine from a residential perspective, but then from doing some research realized he’s been behind a ton of National exhibits as well: the Children’s Hospital of Philadephia, Flight 93 National Memorial, Orongo Station, UVA Dell, and the Hudson Yards.
His Euro and Asian stylized work for large estates in the country is what really draws me in. He creates waterways, plant groupings, treescapes, retaining walls; you name it. It’s so organic, looking like it’s always been there, only enhancing the natural beauty of the property. Take a look for yourself!