The North Carolina Museum of Art displays art installations scattered across the length of the property, including Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park, a park with numerous trails and permanent pieces throughout. This project has recently been presented with the Award of Excellence from the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Southeast Region. In collaboration with Civitas, as well as Landis and Clark Irrigation, our Landscape Architecture team worked diligently on this project, which emphasizes the importance of design in public spaces. “The core concept of the new park was to extend the museum to the public edge of the Blue Ridge corridor by extroverting the museum experience. By doing so, the museum blurs the line between park experience, museum experience, and civic experience,” says Michael Batts, Stewart Practice Leader, Landscape Architecture. To learn more about this project and see more project photos, click here.