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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. 

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Matt Alcide, Affiliate ASLA

New York + 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: Landscape Architects Network, a popular online resource for landscape architects, and an avid supporter of the landscape architecture profession.

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Simone Vitale, ASLA

New England


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.

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Mark Haney, ASLA

Mid-Atlantic [DC/Philadelphia]

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. 

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