Bayview Landscape Architecture, PC is an award-winning landscape architecture design and project management firm based in New York City with a satellite office in East Hampton. The firm was founded on the principal of quality projects over mass quantity and a very deep sense of ecological responsibility as designers of the land. We believe that a successful project is a collaborative effort between a client with dreams and a designer with vision and our talented staff has the wide range of skills and experience necessary to deliver the best product no matter the nature of the project. On the following pages you will get some insight into the quality of work we have produced in the past and it is our hope that you will be apart of our future.


Bayview Landscape Architecture, PC is an award winning multidisciplinary landscape architecture design and project management firm.
Our list of services include:

Site Analysis
Zoning Analysis
Expedite Permitting
Project Management
Site Plans
Planting Plans
Lighting Plans

Storm Water Management
Schematic Design Development
Construction Drawings & Detailing
Perspective Renderings
Construction Administration


Greg, wearing a gray blazer, on a sunny day by the waterfront in Long Island City with the Manhattan Skyline behind him.

Greg Marett, ASLA, PLA

Founder, Landscape Architect

After 25 years in the industry, Greg considers himself a steward of the land and he takes that responsibility very seriously. Whether for a family or a community, landscape architecture can have a huge impact on people’s day to day lives and when executed properly, create a sustainable environment for decades to come. Greg is equally comfortable redesigning affordable housing campuses, streetscapes and playgrounds as he is private outdoor oases for his residential clients. He has earned a legion of loyal clients through a combination of creative functional design, attention to detail, innovative use of materials, and the ability to listen and respond to client’s needs and goals.

Greg graduated from Cornell University’s Landscape Architecture program with honors, during which time he spent four months studying the great landscapes and architecture of Europe while at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. He holds membership in the Long Island Nursery and Landscape Association (LINLA), New York State Nursery and Landscape Association (NYSNLA) and is an active member of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) New York Chapter. When not at work, you can find him in the kitchen or standing over a barbecue experimenting with a wide range of culinary delights.

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Joseph Cogliandro Junior

Project Manager

Joseph thrives in translating clients’ wishlists for their outdoor spaces into designs that meld functionality with stewardship of the land and environment. His designs encourage people to linger and enjoy the outdoors. He works with clients throughout the process to help them envision the possibilities for their spaces, permit projects and ensure that construction runs smoothly.

Joseph was hooked on landscape architecture ever since high school when his class was tasked with redesigning the school’s courtyard. He holds a Masters of Landscape Architecture from The Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, the City College of New York and a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design, Policy, and Planning from Stony Brook University. When not at work, he is exploring the outdoors in search of different approaches to landscape design. When the weather keeps him inside he is either reading or watching the latest comic-film adaptation to see how it holds up to its source material.

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Brian Paul

Studio Manager

Brian keeps everything running smoothly at Bayview. In their role as Studio Manager, they focus on improving internal systems to free up time for the firm’s landscape architects to spend more time designing. They use their background in visual art to design workflows and brand materials, while contributing to marketing and business development activities.

Brian holds a Bachelor of Fine Art in Sculpture & Digital Media from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. They were inspired by their coursework in landscape architecture, which led them to Bayview. When not at work, Brian enjoys sewing, tending to their houseplants, and working with new recipes.

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Mackenzie Gilvey

Landscape Designer

With each new project, Mackenzie’s goal is to design a landscape that reflects the personalities of those that occupy it. Landscape architecture is a lifelong interest for her, beginning with with botany before embracing landscape architecture as a way to contribute positively to the environment. She honed her planting design skills through her work at Rutgers Public Gardens.Mackenzie holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey. Outside the office, she’s self-taught as a fiber artist who knits, crochets, and spins yarn.

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