Keith LeBlanc Landscape Architecture

Keith LeBlanc Landscape Architecture, led by principals Keith LeBlanc and Douglas Jones, creates landscapes that convey an indelible sense of place.


Our work is unified by clarity of spatial structure. It is about creating the spaces that invite activity and reward the senses. It is about realizing a client’s desires and transforming outdoor environments into sustainable, contemporary living spaces. It is about creating spaces that respect and respond to the site and context, and unify environment and architecture. It is about developing concepts that can inform every decision in a project, no matter how big or small, and creating rich, textured spaces that convey beauty through simplicity. This philosophy is infused within all of the projects we undertake, from urban courtyards and roof terraces to commercial developments and residences of every style and scale.


Our staff is comprised of 13 designers. Keith LeBlanc Landscape Architecture is registered in multiple states nationwide.


Principals: Keith LeBlanc, FASLA, Douglas Jones, ASLA


Staff: Lara Ajemian, Shannon Avello, Allison Desbonnet, Rachael Griffith, John Haven,

Matt Luce, Ryan Ort, Christopher Patzke, Christopher Regan, Chris Shirazi, William Taylor

CONTACT

Keith LeBlanc Landscape Architecture, Inc.

535 Albany Street #5A

Boston, MA 02118-2500

t. 617.426.6475

f. 617.426.6467

e. info@kl-la.com

AWARDS
2014 NYASLA Merit Award for Residential Design
Washington, NY
2012 BSLA Honor Award for Residential Design
Napa, CA
2012 BSLA Merit Award for Residential Design
Nantucket, MA
2012 BSLA Merit Award for Residential Designn
Washington, NY
2011 BSLA Merit Award for Residential Design
Dedham, MA
2011 BSLA Merit Award for Residential Design
Montecito, CA
2011 Best of Boston Home
Best Landscape Architect
2010 Bulfinch Award
Institute of Classical Architecture and Art
Dedham, MA
2010 Quality of Life Award
Southern California Chapter of the ASLA
Carpinteria, CA
2010 Quality of Life Award
Southern California Chapter of the ASLA
Montecito, CA
2010 ASLA Honor Award for Residential Design
Truro, MA
2010 ASLA Honor Award for Residential Design
Carpinteria, CA
2010 Suburbia Transformed Award
Sponsored by the James Rose Center
Truro, MA
2010 BSLA Honor Award for Residential Design
Truro, MA
2010 BSLA Merit Award for Residential Design
Brookline, MA
2009 BSLA Honor Award for Residential Design
Carpinteria, CA
2009 BSLA Merit Award for Residential Design
Brookline, MA
2001 BSLA Honor Award in Parks and Recreational Facilities Design
Rosemary Beach, FL
2000 BSLA Honor Award in Residential Design
Cambridge, MA
1999 BSLA Merit Award in Residential Design
Mattapoisett, MA
PUBLICATIONS
"Design Snapshot: Green Rooms,"
Blog.nehomemag.com.
April 25, 2012
"Setting the Scenery,"
New England Home.
March/April 2012
"America’s Coolest Driveways,"
Forbes.com.
March 2011
"Green Spaces,"
Garden Design.
December 2011
"Green-Space Conundrum: The Hillside Garden,"
Design Bureau.
July/August 2011
"Quiet on the Coast,"
The Boston Globe Magazine.
May 1, 2011
"Palmy Weather,"
Landscape Architecture Magazine.
April 2011
"2010 Bulfinch Awards,"
Architecture Boston.
Spring 2011
"Padaro Lane,"
International New Landscape.
January/February 2011
"New England Design Hall of Fame,"
New England Home.
November/December 2010
"A Home for All Seasons,"
Boston Home.
Fall 2010
"Beachside Playground,"
Garden Design.
September/October 2010
"New England Charm,"
Garden Design.
September/October 2010
"Padaro Lane,"
Landscape World Magazine.
August 2010
"ASLA 2010 Professional Awards,"
Landscape Architecture.
August 2010
"Growing Up,"
Design New England.
May/June 2010
"Truro Contemporary,"
Cape Cod & Islands Home.
Autumn 2009
"New Heights,"
Design New England.
September/October 2008
"In the Island Vernacular,"
Architectural Digest.
November 2007
"A Garden for the Ages,"
Design New England.
October 2007
"Visual Harmony,"
Cape Cod & Islands Home.
Spring 2005
"Vintage Views,"
Landscape Architecture.
November 2004
"Cape Light,"
Metropolitan Home.
July/August 2003
"A Secret Garden,"
Design Times.
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