What we offer
- Place-led landscape design
- Creating sustainable communities
- Rejuvenation of historic landscapes
- Green & blue infrastructure
- Climate-resilient design
- Playful landscapes
- Design for health & wellbeing
- Learning & educational landscapes
The service explained
We consider each individual site to produce rich, thoughtful and locally distinctive designs of exceptional quality. We strive for climate-positive solutions that are not only creative, but innovative, practical and affordable.
Green & blue infrastructure
We produce strategies that set out how to enhance Green and Blue Infrastructure. We listen to communities on how we can strengthen their networks through landscape architecture. Our work makes places resilient to future pressures and supports the regeneration of struggling towns. We also produce detailed plans to guide the design and delivery of GI throughout proposed development sites and the surrounding areas, from rain gardens to street trees.
Rejuvenation of historic landscapes
We help clients understand the inherent depth and complexity of historic landscapes, and the needs of their users, to inform appropriate adaptation. We reveal and celebrate historic assets, making historic designed landscapes more resilient to the demands of 21st-century uses.
Place-led landscape design
We start with the individual characteristics of our towns and cities, their past and their future. These are all fundamental to establishing distinctive, sociable, sustainable places for people and nature.
Landscape architecture projects
Fenchurch Avenue Roof GardenEric Parry Architects and Latz + Partner
University of GlasgowThe University of Glasgow
Acton GardensActon Gardens LLP
Royal Museums Greenwich, National Maritime MuseumRoyal Museums Greenwich
Gallions Park Play Area, ThamesmeadPeabody
The Eden Project, CornwallThe Eden Project