We work with commercial and not-for-profit entities to embrace community and governance expectations around best practice and accreditation standards. Our service includes the re-positioning of outdoor spaces to prioritise the wellbeing of clients and staff and engaging our stakeholders collaboratively to address risks with sustainable outcomes.
Our specialization includes residential aged care landscapes for dementia facilities and independent living with a focus on designs to offer relaxation and rejuvenation through sensory engagement and socialization.
Our urban design portfolio is a considered framework for the busy professional needing respite and entertaining spaces to forge relationships and replenish wellbeing or to enhance street frontage appeal. Small spaces are a unique opportunity to capture unique aspects aligned with the needs and desires of diverse clients.
We have worked with camping and convention facilities to provide functional spaces for temporary communities. Our landscape designs are structured to assist high demand access and flexible spaces for enjoyment and recreation.
Education extends beyond the classroom to include outdoor places for collaboration and learning. These spaces are multi-use, bridging recreational and relational needs for teachers and students. Key design elements include horticultural hardiness, UV protection, risk mitigation and overall functionality.
From our blog
Spring has sprung, and thanks to this annual environmental alarm clock, your plants are well and truly awake! After a lengthy sleep, they are ravenous, and ready for action and growth. During this season your plants will draw heavily on the nutrients embedded in the...
In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity. (Albert Einstein)
2020 has altered how we live, and for many, where we work. Moving forward, how do we adapt our outdoor spaces to meet our changed needs, so our outdoor areas are responsive to our current lifestyles? The heightened value we now place on our health, relationships and...
Sometimes we find ourselves living in a season where we have little control. The current global pandemic is one example, where nothing is certain and it’s hard to predict what’s likely to unfold. We watch and we wait, being diligent and hopeful for a slight change in...