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Providing NZ wide specialist landscape architecture services from our Christchurch base for over 30 years. NZILA Registered.

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LANDSCAPE DESIGN + URBAN DESIGN

We are creative thinkers, with many years experience in the conceptualisation and development of designs for landscape, design and urban design projects. We are experienced working both internationally and in New Zealand. Our landscape design and urban design projects have ranged from large scale commercial and public realm to small scale and residential.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

Our goal from the outset at this preschool playground in Opawa was to create a fun, engaging area for young children. Through bespoke elements such as sandpits, a bill pit, musical features and sensory planting - as well as incorporating natural features like logs and rock boulders - we were able to bring this exciting playscape to life. The design encourages young minds to run wild, while the sequentially organised areas naturally guide kids from one activity to the next.

The design philosophy behind the landscape surrounding the Grand Heritage Hotel in Doha, Qatar draws heavily upon the early 18th Century English garden as a rich source of inspiration. The resulting space is one of undulating forms and copses of trees which take form around water and path axes, with parterres, pools, a maze, and pergolas accentuating the design.

Classical elegance informs every part of our design and masterplanning work for this urban development in Doha, from the streetscape and large, open outdoor spaces - specially designed with fine dining and socialising in mind - through to the complimentary landscape components like up-lighting, bridges, and pergolas.

Due to the delicate nature of the site and surrounding ecology, years of special care, attention, and development were devoted to our continued design work for Mount Cook Village. Winding roading and pathways connect the site’s buildings and utilities, and the use of local materials including boulders, woodsets, and alpine shrubs effortlessly blend the development with the natural environment. The result is a distinct, attractive area that welcomes visitors while respecting the surrounding ecology and its sensitivity to change.

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