About Us

Fernando Wong started his eponymous landscape architecture firm in Miami Beach in 2005. In 2012 he opened a second office in Palm Beach to meet the growing demand for residential and commercial projects around the world.   Since that time, he has been called “one of the most influential landscape designers in America” by Elle Décor, “a genius with the soul of a poet” by Garden Design Magazine, a “landscape legend” by Forbes, “the Four Seasons Landscaping genius” by Forbes Travel Guide, and “the creative mind behind Florida’s lushest landscapes” by Architectural Digest. His TV show with Martha Stewart called Clipped is on the HGTV and Discovery+ channels. His work has been featured on the Today Show as well as in books, magazines and newspapers around the world.  His own book, “The Young Man And The Tree,” celebrating 20 years of tropical gardens in Florida and the Bahamas with a foreword by Martha Stewart comes out from Vendome in October 2024. 

How would you describe your style?

"Our design philosophy is centred on using Classical Architectural Principles in our landscapes.  In addition to residential commissions around the world, our projects include the Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club in Miami, the Four Seasons Resort in Palm Beach, the Four Seasons Private Residences in Fort Lauderdale, the Gasparilla Inn & Beach Club in Boca Grande, the Seminole Golf Club, the sculpture garden of the ICA Museum in Miami’s Design District, the Starwood Luxury Collection Perry Lane and Bardo Hotels in Savannah, the Lyford Cay Club and a National Park for the Bahamian Government."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"Using our over 20 years of experience designing landscapes for large homes, hotels, museums, and parks around the world we design comprehensive master plans.  We work with installers and nurseries to create a sustainable and magnificent landscape that is integrated with and sympathetic to the architecture and terrain.

Our gardens are meant to look stunning when they go in and even better five and ten years down the road on into perpetuity. To achieve this, we will plant native material that is beautiful, hardy and that will thrive."