press release


    DENVER - December 3, 2014- The Colorado Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects has announced the 2014 ASLA Colorado Design Awards, and Three Sixty Design has won two awards for their work in residential design. The awards recognize superior professional accomplishment. 

    Three Sixty Design’s Cherry Hills Modern Estate received the honor award for residential design over $100K. In contrast with many of the residences in Cherry Hills, this project implements a unique vision for the relationship between the house and landscape, and develops a palette of materials and plantings that are responsive to Denver’s climate and site specific conditions. 

    Not only does the landscape adjust for high water conditions, it accommodates space for entertaining, play, and relaxation while integrating the modern architecture and materials of the house. Consequently, the design creates a symbiotic relationship between the house and the landscape establishing a fluid connection for indoor/outdoor living.

      A second award for residential design under $100K was bestowed upon Three Sixty Design for a mid-century modern project located in Krisana Park. The project brought the yard back to its mid-century roots with a modern twist – on a very low budget. Over the years, the front yard had become overgrown and unmaintained, which broke up the connection between the interior and exterior of the house; a very important feature of mid-century architecture. The palette of weathered steel, crushed marble, blue fescue, high-gloss white plastic and neon green sedum compliments the house’s vibrancy and geometry.

      Three Sixty Design is a landscape architecture and design firm whose work ranges from public spaces, parks and plazas, affordable housing to small private gardens and luxury residential landscapes.


Sara Williamson