Get a Jump on Spring!

Get a Jump on Spring!


Historic Renovation Project Update

The gracious front stoop, period lighting, architectural brick pillars, and landscaping are in! Iron and glass railings are being fabricated and the homeowners are applying for historic renovation tax credits for qualifying design and construction costs.

ZDA’s first-hand experience in historic renovation helped the owners of this property navigate the process and organize quality contractors to ensure a successful project and submittal for Landmarks review. This tax credit program assists owners of historic properties in making necessary updates and balancing incentives over time, thereby safeguarding the character and enjoyment of these legacy homes for future generations.

Madison Area Builders Association – Dream Home Showcase

Friday, February 28th – Sunday, March 2nd
Alliant Energy Center, Madison

Get motivated and empowered at the Madison Area Builders Association dream-home-showcaseShowcase. Meet members of the ZDA design team in our exhibit booth (#810), who will be available to answer your questions and inspire. Enjoy the lush exhibits and get acquainted with professionals who can assist with all your home projects – especially those still in the dreaming phase!
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Olson Presentation Makes Landscape Architecture Magazine

This past November, MaraLee Olson joined colleagues from the Trust for Landscape-Architecture-Magazine
Public Land, the University of Washington, and the Council for Watershed Health in offering a well-attended education session on the greening of alleys at the American Society of Landscape Architects annual conference. Encouraged by the enthusiasm for their presentation, MaraLee and the group pitched the story to editors of Landscape Architecture Magazine, who chose it for an article in the NOW section of the magazine, due out this month.

For more information, or to view past issues of Landscape Architecture Magazine, please visit:

Lovely Shelter


Check out “Give Me Shelter” in Madison Originals Magazine’s current issue to learn how transitional spaces, such as porches, car ports and breezeways, improve our homes. View the article online at: (click on the “current issue” icon), or pick up a copy in your favorite Madison restaurant, grocery store or business.

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