Norton Museum of Art
Wed, Mar 6, 2024
2:00 PM- 4:00 PM
In West Palm Beach, Edmund Hollander will be joined by Melissa Reavis and Geoff Valentino of AD100 Hollander Design Landscape Architects as they discuss their new book, The Landscape of Home, to be published by Rizzoli in March 2024. The Hollander Design team will discuss the changing beauty, refuge, and joy outdoor spaces provide while reviewing projects, from sprawling coastal retreats to country estates.
DATE AND TIME
Wednesday, March 6th
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Norton Museum of Art
1450 South Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
The talk will be from 2-3 pm. There will be a wine reception, included with admission, and book signing after the talk. Copies of The Landscape of Home will be available for purchase.
About Edmund Hollander
Edmund Hollander is President of Hollander Design Landscape Architects, one of few landscape architecture firms ever included in Architectural Digest’s AD100 List of Top Architects & Designers. Hollander has celebrated projects in the Hamptons, Palm Beach, Montecito, throughout the West, and has created urban landscapes in New York, and recently embarked on a large venture in Taiwan. In each environment, Hollander design is committed to creating healthy landscapes, including earth-friendly planting strategies and prioritizing the native or vernacular landscape to create aesthetically beautiful gardens and landscapes that protect and preserve the future of their surrounding environment. Hollander Design’s work has been published in leading design publications AD, Veranda, and Elle Decor, to name a few. THE LANDSCAPE OF HOME, published by Rizzoli, will feature eighteen of his most recent projects and will launch in Spring 2024.
The Garden Conservancy educational programs are made possible in part by the Coleman and Susan Burke Distinguished Lecture Fund, Courtnay and Terrence Daniels, the Lenhardt Education Fund, and Susan and William McKinley.
Additional support is provided by The Celia Hegyi Matching Challenge Grant,
Mrs. Ritchie Battle, the Antonia Breck Fund, Camille Butrus, Michelle and Perry Griffith,
Rise S. Johnson, The Krehbiel Family Foundation, Sleepy Cat Farm Foundation, and
John S. Troy, FASLA.