We are rooted in the landscape.
The word 'terrigenous' means beginning with the land.
A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, principal Scott Wunderle designs with the natural landscape in the forefront of every new project. His intention is for the work to be unique to both the site and the client, to be sustainable, and to be long lasting.
Terrigenous is known for its skillful project management, guiding projects from their inception to completion, as well as its focus on ethical, environmentally sound practices, and one-of-a-kind craftmanship and construction. By integrating the language of fine art within the landscapes that surround us, we create meaning where there is misunderstanding and clarity where there is imbiguity. Wunderle believes that the light that makes its way though the forest floor is as vital to a design's overall affect as the constructed objects. As the head designer and architect of Terrigenous, Wunderle utilizes the talents of a team of landscape specialists including builders, carpenters, horticulturalists, and masons.