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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Center Receives NJASLA Honor Award

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This February, the James Rose Center received a Honor Award, in the category of Historic Preservation, from the New Jersey chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects for their…

2020 NJASLA Annual Meeting

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The James Rose Center will be participating at the 2020 NJASLA annual meeting in two ways: Dean Cardasis will be delivering an expert section entitled James Rose: A Voice Offstage,…

Center added to National Register

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On July 29, 2019, the┬áJames C. Rose Residence in Ridgewood, New Jersey, was enrolled in the National Register of Historic Places. Read what the Cultural Landscape Foundation had to say…