A landscape design and build practice based in New York City creating bespoke gardens and landscapes for properties large and small within the Northeast.  These landscapes are urban and residential gardens, large suburban properties, college campuses and public spaces.  We offer our clients project management and installation of these landscapes. Additionally, we support our clients with long term oversight of their landscapes to insure their lasting beauty.

We believe that every landscape and garden design is a custom job.  Each site is distinctive.  The design process is a very personal, collaborative process between client and designer.  Our mission is to increase the quality of life for our clients (and user of the space) by creating functional and sustainable landscapes that are ecologically responsible as sensorial spaces. 



Todd Haiman received his graduate degree with a Master of Science in Landscape Design from Columbia University.  Additionally studying at the New York Botanical Gardens within the School of Professional Horticulture and Landscape Design.  Mr. Haiman is a member of APLD (Association of Professional Landscape Designers), Royal Horticultural Society and Metro-Hort.

A design for a residential garden in Brooklyn, NY was selected for the “Suburbia Transformed – One Garden at a Time” award and exhibition created by the James Rose Center for landscape architecture research + design, sponsored by Garden Design magazine. 

In past years, his work was featured in the 6th annual European Biennial of Landscape Architecture in Barcelona, Spain. His "Reading Rooms" design was included in an international exhibition on Vertical Gardens, subsequently featured at AIA San Francisco. 

As part of a small team from Columbia University, Todd received a grant from the NYC Department of Parks to rehabilitate an underused park in upper Manhattan. He has also served on a think tank for NYC2030 – Re-envisioning 23rd Street.

Todd Haiman was born in Brooklyn and presently resides in NYC.