The James Rose Center, a non-profit landscape research and study foundation, is headquartered in Ridgewood, New Jersey at what was formerly the home of landscape architect James Rose, built in 1953 for himself and family members.
The Center is open Tuesday – Sunday, from 10am – 4pm, mid-May through October.

Latest News

BREAKING: James Rose Center seeks new tenant/caretaker

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We are pleased to announce a unique opportunity to reside in our historic north studio and participate in the preservation of an important cultural resource. The selected tenant/part-time caretaker will…

Center Meets 2020 Fundraising Goal!

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Last December, we asked supporters of the James Rose Center to help us meet our preservation goal of $11,600 to be quadrupled by the Bergen County Historic Preservation Trust Fund….

Modernism in America Award of Excellence

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The James Rose Center, in collaboration with EarthCam (also client) Davis Brody Bond, Spacesmith, and Vanessa DeLeon Associates, is honored to have won a 2020 Docomomo Modernism in America Design…