"To provide clients with a sensory landscape experience
that reflects great design, complements the architecture and
ensures sensitivity to the land".
Dennis A. Barth - Landscape Architect opened in April 2015 to provide landscape design, management and consulting services. Whether its Modern Coastal, Mediterranean or Contemporary to Florida Cottage and West Indies architecture, he incorporates elements of nature, art and beautiful design to create captivating spaces that connect both inside and outside worlds. As a Florida native, his understanding of Florida’s tropical and coastal vegetation, provides clients with a unique design that can evolve & mature over time.
Each successful design project is based on an open & collaborative dialogue with the client, a respect for the budget and a vision that’s carried out with an entire team - general contractor, architect, interior designer and subcontractor(s). The overall management scope includes: design concepts/finished drawings, site visits, sourcing quality materials & managing installations.
With nearly 30yrs. experience in Sarasota/Manatee/Charlotte Counties, Dennis’ projects include: waterfront luxury homes, golf course clubhouses, parks, planned residential communities, restaurants, assisted living facilities, small hotels and some commercial design. Most of these designs can be seen on the Sarasota Bayfront,
Bird Key, Longboat Key, Lido Key, Siesta Key, Manasota and Casey Keys. His work has been published from 2006-2020 in the following magazines: SRQ, Veranda, Sarasota Magazine Home & Garden Annual, Sarasota Homes & Lifestyles, Home & Design Luxury Home Magazine, Florida Design and Home & Design Suncoast Edition.
Now celebrating six years, Dennis and his wife, Annette, a former Creative Director for a Florida-based retail chain, run the studio together. Both attended the University of Florida and hold degrees in Landscape Architecture and Advertising/Marketing respectively. They employee one CAD tech and outsource other projects. Their focus on residential and community-based projects keeps them connected to the city and surrounding gulf coast areas they love.