A passionate observer of nature, Perry Guillot has designed gardens for private clients throughout the coastal Northeast United States since 1991. Known for a picturesque, minimalist approach - his gardens are admired as explorations into the direct and inevitable placement of lush plantings as much as for the passionate commitment that he brings to realizing the unique aspirations of every client. Perry is the recent recipient of the prestigious 2009 Arthur Ross Award for Landscape Architecture from the Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America. He received a degree in Landscape Architecture from Louisiana State University. The firm’s work has been widely published, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, W Magazine, House and Garden, and Architectural Digest.