why Stacey Farinholt is a bad-ass
Stacey Farinholt, ASLA, loves you. Alot. And in return you trample her grass?
She’s designed AIA and GRACRE award winning landscapes, been published by the New York Times Magazine and University of Virginia Press, critiqued and advised at VCU and VT, volunteered and community serviced to educate others about and preserve our region’s natural environment. Stacey’s design work includes memorial parks, burial grounds, sculpture gardens, community centers, masterplans, mixed use developments, office projects, medical clinics, exhibit design, and residential projects. Stacey’s talents rest on her appetite for research, her sensitivity to her surroundings, her ego-less response to a design problem.
We look forward to seeing more from this Richmond-born and Virginia-educated environmental design leader.
turning our heads: tonneson
Jack-of-All-Landscapes Bill Tonneson’s recent sculptural works turns our heads. He recently completed this “porch light” for an Eddie Jones designed home in Montana. We continue to appreciate Tonneson’s unique approach to a design problem and the painstaking way his team crafts the work.