Andover Landscape Design and Construction’s in-house landscape architect and partner of the firm, Russell Stott, has been chosen as one of New England Home Magazine’s “5 Under 40” award recipients for 2018.
This highly-sought-after award is regarded as a major career accomplishment in the design field, and the entire Andover Landscape Design and Construction team is incredibly proud of Russell.
Russell accepted his award on Wednesday, April 11, 2018, at the ninth annual Champagne Reception held at presenting sponsor Landry & Arcari’s Boston showroom. A select group of top-tier trade professionals, including the 2018 honorees, their colleagues, previous winners, judges, and more gathered to congratulate the following winners in their respective categories.
“Now in the ninth year, the “5 Under 40” awards spotlight the hottest emerging talent in high-end residential design in New England, including architecture, interior design, landscape design, and specialty design such as textiles, furniture, or home accessories.” - New England Home Magazine
Understanding that the landscape design must complement the rest of the property's architecture and surrounding environment, Russell carefully creates a well-thought-out plan to execute the job requested by the clients. Every project is architecturally-driven by a site plan that is hand-rendered to achieve the rich feel of a true original. Having been classically-trained and mentored by some of the industry's best, Russell brings true artistry to the design process.
Russell is extremely excited and honored to be joining the other award recipients, and looks forward to the upcoming event where the rug he designed as part of this award will be auctioned off for charity.
"Each year, the “5 Under 40” winners partner with presenting sponsor Landry & Arcari to design their own one-of-a-kind rugs, all five of which are auctioned off at the awards ceremony in September. All auction proceeds go to Barakat, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based nonprofit dedicated to providing exemplary basic education in Afghanistan and Pakistan that advances literacy and increases access to secondary education, specifically for girls and women." - New England Home Magazine