Fritz & Gignoux | Landscape Architects
Maryland • Virginia • Washington, DC
Telephone: 202.244.2016
Fax: 202.244.6788
Our Gardens
A good garden quietly reflects on the interests and tastes of its owner. It seeks to master the challenges of the site, responding in ways that inform and inspire the owner. Composition, integrity of spatial understanding, the use of structure, combined with the blending of soft and hard elements contributes to the essence of a successful garden.

Fritz & Gignoux Landscape Architects, Inc have been designing gardens for 25 years. Creating a Fritz&Gignoux garden is a collaborative experience. We respond to every detail in hopes of achieving a natural and living form of fine art.

A note to our clients: how we work.

Master Planning
Garden Design
Architectural Services
Interior Design Services
Pool Houses
Guest Houses
Glass Houses
Planting Plans
Energy Efficiency
Bio Diverse Landscapes
Consulting / Hydrologists
Consulting / Structural Engineers
Construction Drawings
Permit drawings
Masonry Terraces
Historic Landscapes
Children's Gardens
Children's Playgrounds
The award winning, published Landscape Architecture firm of Fritz & Gignoux offers extensive experience and world class training in all aspects of landscape architectural services. The multi-disciplinary practice incorporates interior design and architecture into the services provided.

Their work has been featured in The Washington Post's Style section; in 'Heat-Zone Gardening' written by the President of the American Horticultural Society, Dr. Marc Cathey; in Better Homes and Gardens magazine; and Maison et Jardin magazine. Partner, Leslie Gignoux, worked for the Office of Dan Kiley, the most important post modern Landscape Architect of our time. Scott Fritz and Leslie Gignoux will be hosts for an upcoming show looking at gardens on Maryland Public Television and are working on a book about their gardens.

'Home of the Week: An elegantly casual lifestyle at Gazebo Point' in Capital Gazette.

'Home & Garden—Outdoor furniture for 2014' Landscape architect Leslie Gignoux helps homeowners pick outdoor furniture in The Washington Post. View Local Living spread PDF

'Georgetown’s $16M home sells' The Williams-Addison house at 1645 31st St. NW sold Wednesday for $16.1 million, the highest price paid for a home in the District since 2010. Garden by Fritz & Gignoux Landscape Architects.

'Chevy Chase' home picked by The Washington Post as a distinguished home on the D.C. area market.

'Pati's Mexican Kitchen' featured in Bethesda Magazine.

'Heirloom Garden' selected by Smithsonian Museum as a Great American Garden.

'Heirloom Garden' selected by the Garden Club of America Design and History Committee as a Great Washington Garden.

National Planet 'Grand Award' for 'Cleveland Park Writer's Fancy' in recognition of commitment to improve the environment.

National Planet 'Distinction Award' for 'Heirloom Garden' in recognition of commitment to improve the environment.

National Planet 'Distinction Award' for 'Touch of Villandry' in recognition of commitment to improve the environment.

National Planet 'Merit Award' for 'Inspired by the Rance River' in recognition of commitment to improve the environment.

National Landscape Contractor's Association of America 'Grand Award' for 'World Traveler'.

National Landscape Contractor's Association of America 'Distinction Award' for 'Inspired by the Rance River'.

Landsape Contractor's Association of America 'Grand Award' for 'Heirloom Garden'.

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A Garden for Edith Wharton
Impressions of Venice
Giverny Inspired
Cleveland Park Writer's Fancy
Georgetown Chic
Alice in Wonderland
Inspired by the Rance River
Inspired by Poet and Painter
Celia Thaxter
Garden for Sonnets
Old Sycamore
Modern Twist
Heirloom Garden
Along Foxhall Road
Along Loughboro Road
A Good Framework
A Touch of Villandry
An American Garden
Cabin John Views
Chain Bridge Road
Cleveland Park Formal
Cleveland Park New England Borders
Cleveland Park Urban Retreat
Coastal Maine
Dupont Circle Mediterranean
Spring Valley Garden Southern Charm
Georgetown and Napa
Georgetown Modern
Here Starts Yesterday
Historic Garden on the Eastern Shore
In The Cotswolds
Movie Set: To Catch a Thief
Overlooking Archbold Parkway
Parisian Garden
Pati's Mexican Table
Philadelphia Story
Phillips Park Modern
Phillips Park Old World
Potomac Masterpiece
Roman Holiday
Spring Valley Retreat
Spring Valley Sourthern Charm
The Bond Building
The Organic Gardener's Garden
Wesley Heights Formal
Wesley Heights Hilltop
Wesley Heights Tudor Style
Bishop's Garden
Chateau du Pin
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