Susan Cohen Landscape Architect
 
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Susan Cohen, Principal

A Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Susan Cohen is an award-winning landscape architect specializing in residential design. Her services include master plans and swimming pools, gardens, walks, and terraces. Known for her simple and elegant designs in harmony with the character of each site, she creates landscapes that reflect the lifestyle and personal vision of each client. Her work has been featured in many publications, including Architectural Digest, Connecticut Cottages & Gardens, and Greenwich Magazine and the books, The New American Swimming Pool and In the Garden.

In addition to her design work, Susan Cohen lectures widely and teaches at The New York Botanical Garden, where she is the coordinator of the acclaimed Landscape Design Program at New York Botanical Garden. She has designed two exhibition gardens for NYBG:  The Japanese Autumn Garden and Sculptures from the Museum of Modern Art.

A published author, her book, The Inspired Landscape was published in 2015. Lavishly illustrated, it explores the creative process of 21 leading landscape architects working today and traces their initial inspirations to their completed landscape designs.

As a longtime Greenwich resident, Susan has been active in the Greenwich community, serving as President of the Greenwich Arts Council and co-founding the Greenwich Arts Center in the Old Town Hall. She founded the annual Shakespeare Competition for High School Students, which continues to this day. She also served on the Town of Greenwich Architectural Review Committee for 18 years.

An alumna of Smith College, Susan received her landscape architecture degree from The City College of New York. 

 
 
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Sandra Weber, Design Associate

Born and raised in England, Sandra Weber has studied and worked in the field of design for many years. In London, Sandra had a successful career as Director of Sales and Public Relations for designer Jean Muir. Upon moving to Greenwich, Connecticut, she developed a passion for gardens and established a second career in landscape design. Sandra holds certificates in both Landscape Design & Horticulture from The New York Botanical Garden. Sandra is a member of the Association of  Professional Landscape Designers and the Society of Garden Designers, UK.