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.

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Wall Street Journal publishes image of the 1953 avant-garde James Rose Center as illustrative of coming trends in home design.

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A photo of the Center was featured in a recent edition of the Wall Street Journal. You can read the full article here.

Docomomo Tour Day | 10.10.2020

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On October 10th, Docomomo Tour Day will host a special 1-hour long tour of modernist architect James Rose’s primary residence and surrounding landscape, which he designed for himself, his mother…

Article in Preservation New Jersey

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Click HERE to read an article written by architectural historian Meredith Arms Bzdack, PhD about the historic preservation of the James Rose Center. In 2019, Meredith and her colleagues at…