A registered Landscape Architect, firm Principal Curtis Stewart has collaborated with architects, planners and engineers on multidiscipline design teams and individual local contractors.
Restructured in 2018, the firm offers Landscape Architecture and Planning services throughout Tennessee with the commitment to developing projects that are respective of both the environment and the client.
With a portfolio spanning three decades, Curtis Stewart Landscape Architecture, LLC brings a wealth of experience, creativity and responsiveness to projects of any size.
From the 6,100 acre Naval Station Rota, Spain Master Plan to a half-acre backyard contemporary retreat in Franklin, Tn., CSLA provides design and development on a wide variety of project types.
Creating elegant estate master plans and specialized residential spaces, we excel at bringing your vision to reality by listening to you while understanding your unique property.
Services include landscape architecture, master planning, site analysis and design, grading and drainage design, design guidelines, planting, lighting and irrigation design, construction documentation, and construction administration. Landscape Architecture in Nashville
A Fort Lauderdale native, Curtis has called Tennessee home since 1977. Design degrees from the Universities of Tennessee and Georgia instilled the strong environmental ethic that is the foundation of his design philosophy.
Curtis has also been a tenured professor in Landscape Architecture for 14 years, teaching courses in Design, Grading and Drainage, and Construction Documentation.
CSLA creates places and spaces that honor both the environment and the client's programmatic needs. We listen first: to you and your dreams for your project. We observe: the environment and how it works. We design to the uniqueness of each project, creating responsive and engaging landscapes.
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