(name and/or work has appeared in) print list of published work

  • Design Bureau
    Design Bureau - March 12, 2012

  • Fine Gardening

    Fine Gardening 2010

    A property-line seating area "This sunken woodland patio provides a beautiful, private place to sit along the property line. The fence undulates with the topography, and its construction provides a... (continues)
  • A simple solution turns into garden art "Animal deterrents needn't be ugly. This solution to a common problem became a whimsical bit of art in the garden of Brian Higley and Meg Rasmussen in... (continue.)
  • Orange+Green=Bold Contrast "OK, so we've decided to make this "Brian Higley Week" at the GPOD, since we have shots of so many of his great hardscape elements. We hope you'll be inspired by them! Today... (continues)
  • A bench built for a lifetime "This is another creation from landscape architect Brian Higley. He says, "These benches were designed to be simple but beautiful fixtures along a trail at Madam Brett Park in... (continues)
  • A wow-worthy screen that blends right in "This woodland screen was created by landscape architect Brian Higley for a garden in Garrison, New York. He says, "This stick fence screens a small sitting deck in... (continues)
  • NY Times
    Grass on a Roof? No Problem. Just Don't Change Your Mind.
    Brian Higley, a landscape architect, agreed. ''The software doesn't know much about lay of the land or sun orientation,'' he said. ''An unsuspecting person could design a bed of sun-loving herbs right... (continues)
  • Gardening Via Computer: Losing More Than Calluses
    MAKE no mistake: making a garden is outdoor work. So I was a bit skeptical of garden design software promising that ''you can create an outdoor paradise without leaving your chair.'' I have been a... (continues)

  • Hudson Valley Magazine
    July 2008, "Rolling with the Rock" by A.J. Loftin, pp. 22- 25, Article on Dupree residence, Garrison, NY (Mention of Landscape designed by Higley, along with Robert Rhodes Architects, and Eric Stark interior design)
  • New York Home
    Jan-Feb 2006, pp 96-99 (photo of Marilyn Minter Home, credit to Higley, L.A., and Stan Allen Architect)
  • Putnam County News & Recorder
    July 31, 2002, "Outdoor Sculpture Event Comes to University Settlement, Beacon" by Wendy Kagen (Review of Earthtones Art exhibit, Beacon, NY - mention of installation by Higley)
  • World of Interiors
    Dec 2001- "The Buddhist of Suburbia" Article on James Rose by Carol Newman (mention of Higley's contributions in establishing the James Rose Center)
  • New York Times
    Jan 7, 1999, Circuits - Section G8, "Gardening Via Computer: Losing More Than Calluses" by Katherine Whiteside (Higley helps to review garden design software)
  • Landscape Architecture
    Jan 1997, "Never a Rose Garden" by J. William Thompson, pp. 60-69, Article on James Rose (mention of Higley's design for Tremaine Residence, multiple quotes by Higley)
  • The New Jersey Record
    March 12, 1995, "Avante Garden - James Rose Center A Monument to Famous Landscape Architect" by Michael S. James, (Interview with Higley (and others) as Assistant Director of the James Rose Center in Ridgewood, NJ)
  • Elle Decor
    Oct/Nov 1995, "Zensational" by Katherine Whiteside, pp. 216-221 - Article on James Rose (Photos of Higley and Rasmussen living at James Rose residence, multiple quotes by Higley)
  • Landscape Architecture
    Nov 1995, Awards Issue, pp. 44-46 - National Honor Award for Durfee Gardens Project (associate designer Higley named under project team, photo of garden)


(name and/or work has appeared in)

  • Outdoor Rooms, by Tina Skinner & Melissa Cardona, 2006, Schiffer Publishing Ltd. (Multiple photos of projects by Higley L.A. with credits) print list of published work
  • Fire Outdoors, by Tina Skinner & Melissa Cardona, 2006, Schiffer Publishing Ltd. (Photo of Canter Residence by Higley L.A., with credits, pg. 100)
  • At Home in the Hudson Valley, by Allison Serrell, 2005 Chronicle Books, San Francisco, CA, pp. 116-125 (photos of Higley's work at residence of Marilyn Minter & Bill Miller, Landscape photos Incorrectly attributed to House designer, Architect Stan Allen.)
  • Country Interiors, by A. Taschen , 2001, Tachen GmbH (photo of Higley at Rose Residence, pg 258)