about / team
Division 32 represents select landscape architecture products to the design community. In partnership with vetted and reputable manufacturers, Division 32 is a resource for designers and a true partner during the design and construction process. Division 32 makes specification easier and custom design more accessible.
Our promise: We only represent honest, responsible manufacturers that value design and craftsmanship and are aligned with the landscape architecture profession. We always offer direct-to-manufacturer pricing with no markups.
Matt Alcide, Affiliate ASLA
NY + North NJ
Matt Alcide founded Division 32 in 2021. Matt comes from a business development background working for various organizations, including the Landscape Architecture Foundation, design firms, and site furnishings. He is the editor of Land8, a popular online resource for landscape architects, and an avid supporter of the landscape architecture profession.
Manuel Gil-Goodman, Affiliate ASLA
Manuel Gil-Goodman joined Division 32 as a partner in 2023. He brings years of experience in sales in the design and landscape architecture industries. Manuel's expertise in site furnishings and business development, added to his competitive spirit, makes him a valuable partner for those looking to design their spaces with the quality materials and products.
Simone Vitale, ASLA
A landscape designer by trade, Simone studied landscape architecture at the University of Maryland and brings more than 5 years of experience working with clients in civic, residential, and commercial developments. Her experience managing projects from concept, through installation, and on to long-term maintenance, equips her with a unique understanding of what it takes to transform intangible dreams into strong, actionable, and sustainable designs.
Mark Haney, ASLA
Mid-Atlantic [DC, DE, MD, South NJ, PA, Northern VA]
Mark received a bachelor's degree in landscape architecture from The Pennsylvania State University. Mark possesses nearly a decade of design work, ranging from high-end residential to US Embassy masterplanning, as well as recreational planning, planting design, and place-making in the urban fabric. Mark has lived in and studied Mid-Atlantic and New England urban environments and plant ecologies. He believes there is an influential energy to vernacular design - that by using local materials and inspiration, a properly designed place can invigorate a prideful local identity and comfort its individual users.