For its unique modern spatial language, its expression of an alternative approach to conventional post-war suburban residential development and as the constantly changing laboratory of one of landscape architecture’s most inventive minds, the Ridgewood home of James Rose is one of the twentieth century’s most important landscapes.

The James Rose Residence/Study Center has been recognized for its original design by James Rose, as well as its rehabilitation by Cave Hill and for its educational programs. It has received numerous awards including the American Society of Landscape Architects Classic Award and Centennial Medallion. It has been published in a vast array of periodicals and books including "Progressive Architecture" and Landscape Architecture" magazine.

 

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