Christopher LaGuardia, FASLA
For 30 years, Christopher LaGuardia, RLA, FASLA, has been committed to the advancement of landscape architecture on the eastern end of Long Island. In his practice, he integrates the needs and habitat of people with the natural landscape in clear and understandable terms. Over the years, his award-winning work has garnered local and national recognition. Mr. LaGuardia lectures widely on the social and natural influence of his design, and the profession’s value overall. Most recently, his ongoing relationship with The Cultural Landscape Foundation in Washington, D.C., has brought nationwide attention to his work. His sensitivity to site planning integrates buildings and structures into the landscape. The quality of his work has resulted in many successful collaborations with some of the world’s best known architects and artists. Mr. LaGuardia holds a Bachelor's Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia.