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Mark Huxtable

Director, BA(Hons), MLAD, NZILA (Registered)

Mark is a registered Senior Landscape Architect with a strong visual background. He has a thoughtful, sensitive, creative and holistic approach to landscape and urban design with an emphasis on identification of sense of place. He has worked in both the UK and New Zealand and trained in Denmark and the UK. Mark's experience covers a wide range of projects at differing scales across New Zealand, the UK and Middle East.



Naomi Crawford

Director, BLA(Hons), NZILA (Registered)

Naomi is a Registered Senior Landscape Architect. She has previously worked in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, and Christchurch. In addition, she has also taught Landscape Architecture at Lincoln University. Naomi has worked on (and led) a diverse range of projects in both urban and rural contexts across New Zealand. She has a broad skills base with experience spanning across the full spectrum of landscape architecture. Naomi is passionate about providing quality, innovative and sustainable solutions for projects. She recognises the importance of making clients feel valued by delivering professional, timely and high-quality work.



Chris Glasson

Senior Consultant Landscape Architect
BA, Dip LA, FNZILA (Registered)

Masterplanner and Landscape Architect. A registered fellow of the NZILA, Chris has over 35 years experience over a wide range of projects throughout New Zealand, Malaysia, China and Middle East. Invited guest speaker at IFLA Congresses. Past Chairman NZILA (Canterbury Branch ).



Mackenzie Van Fulpen

Landscape Architect, BLA

Mackenzie has experience working both in New Zealand and overseas in Canada, where she has gained valuable experience collaborating with individuals from a range of backgrounds and cultures. Previously she has worked on multiple large-scale projects for the education and healthcare industries. Mackenzie has a passion for inclusive design. As well as designing accessible spaces, she has also written papers for ACC on challenges in the built environment for people with differing accessibility needs. 



Nathan Campbell

Graduate Landscape Architect, BLA(Hons)

Nathan is a recent graduate of Lincoln University, emerging into the profession as an enthusiastic advocate of biodiversity, cultural narrative and innovative design. His design approach focuses on kindling regeneration, creative solutions and finding genuine joy in designing for people.


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