Whether its design inspiration, garden advice or engaging a landscape architect to work with you through the entire process from design to construction, everyones needs are different and are tailored to suit.
We seek to understand your vision for your outdoor and garden spaces, exploring your ideas for the future of your outdoor space. Engaging a landscape architect enables you to see the possibilities and inspire your vision. The design process is collaborative and personalised to achieve your objectives.
The initial consultation is a an opportunity to meet on site and discuss your objectives, budget and time frame and discuss the processes involved when engaging a landscape architect. The consultation will help you decide your objectives and agreed approach.
During the initial consultation and brief will be discussed and will inform the design direction. Once agreed on the level of engagement the process can proceed through the design phases, drafting and documentation, construction, landscaping to completion.
Offering a range of landscape architectural services enables you to assess your landscape design requirements.
- Landscape architecture and design
- Design development, plan and construction documentation
- Revegetation and sustainability
- Contract administration – guide your project through the construction phases
Types of projects
- Outdoor living spaces
- Courtyards & balconies
- Wall gardens
- Garden design & planting schemes
- Residential development – Vegetation reports, landscape design and plans for submission to council
- New builds – landscape design and for plans submission to council
- Working with architects to integrate the landscape design into the overall plan
Working in the commercial sector to meet development objectives, creating sustainable and economically viable outdoor spaces, whilst considering the environmental and social outcomes. From detailed site analysis and research, planning the site’s potential, environmental and sustainability impact and revegetation, all in collaborating with key stakeholders and the community.
- Concept design
- Design development
- Site analysis
Types of projects
- Education campuses
- Signage and way finding
- Water sensitive urban design
- Environmental and sustainable infrastructure
- Parks and open space planning and design
Creating landscape design that adds value to the development, complimenting the architecture and meeting local council regulations.
- Site analysis
- Vegetation reports
- Concept landscape design
- Design development & documentation
- University campuses
- Courtyards designed to create an outdoor space for recreation.
Connecting with nature and the outdoor environment is not only good for your health it is a necessary life force. Therapy gardens are an interaction between people, plants and gardens to assist in recovery or development, in improving social, emotional, cognitive and physical well-being.
Therapy garden – Dementia
For age care facilities and dementia patients , this garden designed to ignite the senses and provide therapy, activities and a sense of wellbeing.
The design elements included are: sustainability, orientation, accessibility, socialisation, meaningful activity, reminiscence, sensory stimulation and safety.
A combination of garden elements, hard surfaces, structures, plants and planting schemes designed to stimulate the five senses – taste, sight, sound, smell, and touch.
For children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Gardens designed to enhance therapy in addressing sensory sensitivities, motor skills, social interaction and communication.