Approach

Through our years of experience in the field landscape architecture, we have learned that the art of landscape design is as much about responding - to a client's needs and desires, to the specifics of local ecology, to the architectural and cultural context - as it is about creating something unique and beautiful.   In each of our projects, we strive to exceed our clients' expectations by delivering distinctive designs on time and within the desired budget.  And with our long history of work in southwestern Connecticut and adjoining areas, we have developing lasting relationships with skilled, local artisans and contractors, which we've found to be an important ingredient in the success of our projects.

About Geoffrey Middeleer

A native of Wilton, Connecticut, Geoffrey Middeleer formed Middeleer Land Design LLC in 2014.  He has worked with a number of highly-regarded design firms, most recently as a principal at Erskine-Middeleer Associates LLC, an award-winning firm in Redding, Connecticut specializing in institutional, municipal and residential projects.  Prior to that, he was an Associate at Towers-Golde LLC in New Haven, Connecticut where he was involved in the design and management of numerous campus planning and building projects including work at Yale University, Dartmouth College and Wesleyan University.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Tufts University and received a Master of Landscape Architecture Degree from the University of Virginia.  He is a Member of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and is a registered landscape architect in Connecticut and New York.  He is also an Associate Member of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

Services

Design and planning services provided by Middeleer Land Design LLC include the following:

Site Planning and Design
Garden Design
Master Planning
Campus Planning
Parks and Recreational Facilites
Waterfront Design
Urban Design and Streetscapes
Bike and Pedestrian Trails
Public Art Integration
Residential Subdivisions
Wetland Assessment and Mitigation
Land Use and Zoning Analysis
Site Selection
Feasibility Studies
Permitting
Visual Analysis