At Ecotone, our journey is a harmonious blend of craftsmanship and a profound connection with the natural world. Our commitment to crafting wellness extends beyond the walls of spa sanctuaries and retreat cabins. We view gardens as dynamic living spaces where we invite you to immerse yourself in nature’s embrace.
Ecotone’s garden construction philosophy revolves around employing traditional craftsmanship, incorporating natural materials, and embracing personalized storytelling. We craft environments where individuals connect with nature and experience a sense of personalized wellness.
Ecotone is uniquely qualified to navigate the technical considerations of building indoor gardens in NYC. Looking to add planting areas to your hotel lobby or spa lounge? Discover the benefits of engaging our expert precision indoor environmental controls, technical MEP coordination, and NYC Department of Health compliance.
The Ecotone studio is located in Brooklyn, NY. We have executed projects all over New York City, from skyscrapers in the heart of Manhattan to residential buildings around the boroughs. We take on larger projects as far as Montauk, Long Island, the Hudson Valley, and Atlantic City, New Jersey.
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Ecotone started in NYC and offers services to most of the tri-state area. As we explore our particular brand of crafting wellness environments, we have found a niche in NYC, the Hamptons, and the Hudson Valley.
Absolutely! We can do all phases of the process, including design, construction management, ADA and DoH compliance, full-phase oversight, cost management, and quality assurance.
The design phase starts at $6,500, including conceptual design and construction documents. Complete construction, which comprises custom fabrication and builds, delivery, installation, coordination, and handover, costs roughly $75,000, or from $1 to $5 million on commercial-grade spas.
Ecotone usually works on commercial projects but occasionally does residential projects when commercial-grade amenities are needed or requested.
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