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Local Hedstrom Design projects earn statewide accolades
October 23, 2015
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At its 2015 Awards Program earlier this month, the Tennessee Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (TNASLA) presented Hedstrom Design with three honor awards. The juried awards are presented to a limited number of projects throughout the state deemed to display superior professional accomplishment.
Hedstrom Design’s award-winning projects include the Twin City Nissan courtyard in Alcoa; the outdoor classroom and study area at the Lower School for Webb School of Knoxville; and the Armature Building courtyard in Knoxville. On the Armature project, Hedstrom worked with developer Dewhirst Properties on the design of this urban courtyard that serves the building’s residents.
“I’m thankful for and very proud of the talented team of professionals at Hedstrom Design,” said Sara Pinnell, founder and director of design. “We share a passion for maximizing the function, value and beauty of open spaces. And we appreciate our clients that allow us to do what we love.”
TNASLA hosts the annual Awards Program to recognize excellence in fields related to landscape architecture, planning and environmental design and to honor the state’s professionals and students for exemplary work.
Hedstrom Design previously earned a TNASLA merit award for another Webb School project, its contemplative Memorial Garden in honor of a student who passed away.
About Hedstrom Design
Hedstrom Design is a full-service landscape architecture firm based in Knoxville, Tenn., with projects throughout the Southeast. The firm’s services range from small permit plans to large master plans and highly detailed construction drawings for custom residential, commercial, hospitality, mixed-use, retail, health care and senior living projects, along with urban design and planning projects; gardens and courtyards; and streetscapes and public spaces. Its client base comprises architects, engineers, developers, municipalities, agencies and individuals. For more information, visit http://www.hedstromdesign.com.