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The Muoio Design Group, LLC (MDG) is a landscape architecture firm providing design and master planning services to our valued clients.Our projects reflect our openness to change, lend an opportunity for our client's voices to be heard, and demonstrates our respect and sensitivity to the environment.
The Muoio Design Group, LLC is a landscape architecture firm providing design and master planning services to our valued clients.
Brian M. Muoio is the President and sole owner of the MDG. He started his own firm in April of 2005 practicing landscape architecture, but his knowledge and experience within the Landscape industry has been a passion since his childhood years.
Prior to creating the MDG, Brian worked for several award winning landscape architecture firms focused in developing his skills as a premier residential landscape architect. Although, his passion is to create elegant landscapes combining the use of softscapes with hardscapes in the Residential Market, Brian also applies the same principles of design to all projects.
Brian attended and graduated Bishop Hendricken High School in 1996. Upon graduating at the top of his class, he earned his Bachelor's Degree in Landscape Architecture at the University of Rhode Island in 2000. Upon completion of his formal education at URI, Brian worked at two prestigious landscape architecture firms in Southern New England.
He has also been an active member in the Rhode Island Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, where he served as a member of the Executive committee for the past 5 years. Most recently, Brian served as President of the chapter and has been fortunate to represent the state in Washington DC lobbying for important environmental issues.
Brian continues to voice his responsibility as a dedicated steward of the environment. Last spring, he was asked to be apart of the Newport Showhouse Guild at the Caprio House in Narragansett, RI. The MDG was asked to prepare a master plan for the overall property and detailed drawings and design ideas for the front entrance courtyard. The courtyard was featured in Southern New England Home Magazine and the Providence Journal's Home Section.