HDG WINS NATIONAL ASLA HONOR AWARD by Gisela Borghi

 
 

Hocker Design Group Wins National ASLA Honor Award

The Power Station has been recognized with a 2016 Honor Award in the General Design Category by the American Society of Landscape Architects. The project exemplifies urban renewal and sustainability through the recycling, restoration, and reconnection of the 1920's Dallas Power and Light substation into a contemporary art destination. 

 
 
 
 

" A SIMPLE EXECUTION, THE CHOICE OF MATERIALS, THE SENSE OF PLAYFULNESS, AND FUNKY DETAILS MAKE THIS A VERY LIKABLE PROJECT."

-Jury Comments

 
 
   

 

 

 

 

Texas ASLA Conference Presentations 2016 by Gisela


THURSDAY APRIL 28TH
VALUE OF RESIDENTIAL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
SPEAKERS: DAVID HOCKER, ASLA & TARY ARTERBURN, FASLA

 

 


FRIDAY APRIL 29TH
ECONOMIC VALUE OF LINEAR LANDSCAPES
SPEAKER: DYLAN STEWART


FRIDAY APRIL 29TH
COTTAGES AT HICKORY CROSSING
SPEAKERS: BIFF STURGESS, ASLA & BRENT A. BROWN, AIA

HDG ACCOLADES by Gisela

 
 

THE SPACES BETWEEN 

Hocker Design Group has been recognized by a variety of organizations and publications over the last few months. The list includes a Portfolio Series within Garden Design Magazine's Spring 2016 issue entitled "The Spaces Between" by Pam Penick.

THE SERENITY OF STRAIGHT LINES

Winner of the 2015 ASLA Award of Excellence, is featured on the cover of Landscape Architecture Magazine's December 2015 Issue.
The issue also includes a twelve page editorial on Cedar Creek, entitled "The Serenity of Straight Lines."

 

 

Cedar Creek by Jerome Marshall

 


WINNER OF ASLA’S 2015 AWARD OF EXCELLENCE


 

Cedar Creek, a project that weaves several structures discreetly into a wooded 7-acre site at Cedar Creek Lake, has been recognized with an Award of Excellence by the 2015 American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Professional Awards jury in the Residential Design category.

This top award acknowledges the collaborative effort between the design team and client that transformed a long-held family property into a legacy weekend destination. The harmony between built structure, site, materiality, and mature trees provides the allure of established existence.

 

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