RICHARD LANDRY Garners Top Honor from Architectural Digest
Architectural Digest names Richard Landry, AIA, one of the world's top designers.
By Barbara Pressman | February 01, 2010
Architect Richard Landry, AIA
Architectural Digest, arguably the world’s most coveted design magazine, has just published 2010’s AD 100, an invaluable list of the world’s top architects and interior designers. Internationally noted residential architect, Richard Landry, AIA, founder of Landry Design Group, Inc., has been recognized by the venerable design magazine for the fourth time this decade as one of Architectural Digest’s Top 100 Architects / Designers.
A native Quebecois, Landry established Landry Design Group, Inc. (LDG), in 1987, and quickly proved to be a premiere designer in the high-end residential marketplace. His versatile designs range in style from French chateaux, Andalusian villas, and English manor houses to Modernist villas. With exquisite homes throughout the United States, Canada, China, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, France and Russia, the Landry Design Group continues to raise the standards of luxury residential architecture throughout the world.
Landry’s exceptionally diverse homes have earned him numerous national and international design awards, including thirty Gold Nugget Awards from the Pacific Coast Builders Conference and the coveted Builder’s Choice Award. In 2004 the firm also received the “Star of Design” award from the Pacific Design Center. LDG’s work has been featured in scores of publications as well as on TV. In 2006 Landry Design Group published its first monograph entitled “MODERN TO CLASSIC: Residential Estates by Landry Design Group” which features 17 of the firm’s most inspiring projects.
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