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LeBlanc Jones Landscape Architects

535 Albany Street No 5A
Boston, MA 02118-2500
617-426-6475
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At LeBlanc Jones Landscape Architects, we find connections to the landscape that hold meaning for our clients and express them through design. Guided by the principle that all parts of a design must support a unifying idea, we collaborate closely with the homeowners, architects, contractors, and other consultants to create stunning outdoor living space that reflects the homeowners' values and passions.

Since our firm was founded in Boston in 1997, this process has consistently produced distinctive work that has garnered more than twenty awards in residential landscape architecture. More than a dozen national and regional home design magazines—from Architectural Digest and Garden Design to Design New England and Boston Home—have showcased residential landscapes we designed. We are also honored that Richard Hartlage and Sandy Fischer included one of our designs in their new book, The Authentic Garden: Naturalistic and Contemporary Landscape Design.

The photographs show that LeBlanc Jones landscapes are distinguished by elegant materials, spatial clarity, and strong conceptual order.

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