Posted in Projects, tagged Americana Manhasset, Americana Manhassett, Eric Groft, Hilary Oat-Judge, landscape architect, landscape architecture, Long Island, New York, oehme van sweden, Otto Keil Nursery, OvS, Peter Marino Architecture, Steven Dubner Landscaping on June 24, 2011|
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On the longest day of the year, Oehme, van Sweden had the pleasure of welcoming summer by laying out annual plantings at Americana Manhasset. Eric D. Groft and Hilary Oat-Judge of OvS laid out a vast array of colorful and textural plants from the Otto Keil Nursery with Steven Dubner Landscaping’s masterfully assisting in this ambitious annual ritual celebrating Summer.
Oehme, van Sweden’s 30-year collaboration with the visionary staff at Americana Manhasset has provided visitors to Long Island’s premier haute couture shopping destination with dramatic seasonal plantings to complement Peter Marino’s architecture. Here’s a quick look at this season’s combinations.
Laying out the plants at the Coach boutique
Eric Groft laying out plants at the Chanel boutique
Plantings at Chanel: Colocasia fontanesii 'Black Stem,' Strobilanthes dyerianus, Coleus 'Flirtin Skirts'
The fuchsia stems of the Iresine 'Blazin Lime' interplanted with Gomphrena 'Fireworks' and Strobilanthes dyerianus play off the bright blooms of the Dianthus 'Bouquet Purple' at the Louis Vuitton Boutique
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Posted in Partners, Projects, tagged Americana Manhasset, Long Island, luxury, New York, North Shore, oehme van sweden, Otto Keil Nursery, Rebecca Hollander, shopping, Steven Dubner Landscaping on November 1, 2010|
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Oehme, van Sweden recently completed a seasonal update to the plantings at luxury shopping destination Americana Manhasset on Long Island’s North Shore. Steven Dubner Landscaping installs our designs and Otto Keil Nursery supplies the plants. Together with Rebecca Hollander, Marketing Director at Americana, there is a strong sense of collaboration to tackle this design and installation challenge. See how it all came together – view our photos, below.
A window box at the Tory Burch store
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