RENÉE BYERS brings over thirty years of professional experience to her work. She founded her firm in 1998 to concentrate on residential commissions and has designed countless, diverse landscapes. Her previous work as a project landscape architect for nationally recognized architecture and landscape architecture firms comprised the site design for broad-ranging projects of complex scopes, including corporate headquarters, movie studios, public parks and open spaces across the country. Renée is a Registered Landscape Architect in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey, and a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Additionally, she has studied with Jan Moyer at the International Landscape Lighting Institute. Renée served on the Doolittle Lake Company Board of Directors in Norfolk, CT, and chaired its environmental review committee devoted to preserving a pristine lake watershed; she also served previously on the Village of Bronxville Design Review Committee.
Renée’s work is featured in Private Paradise: Contemporary American Gardens, by Charlotte M. Frieze, The Monacelli Press, a compilation of works by prominent American landscape architects. She has lectured at the School of Professional Horticulture and Landscape Design at the New York Botanical Gardens, and for the Cultural Landscape Foundation’s (TCLF) Garden Dialogues series, an on-site symposia to highlight the collaborative design process between landscape architects and their clients to achieve superior landscapes. Renee is the recipient of multiple design awards.