Craftsman Farm was the vision of the famous furniture designer and manufacturer Gustav Stickley to create a self-sustaining utopian community in rural New Jersey. Today the private historic farm/school has been converted into turned public museum and park. A historical report was prepared to designate the core landscape and recommended treatments for preserving, restoring, and/or rehabilitating the historic landscape and adaptations for current use. An adaptive site plan was meticulously created to incorporate improved parking and pedestrian access to the museum.
Project Location: Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ