Landscape architecture is a wide-ranging discipline. On one hand, it is an urban-focused practice dealing with the design of parks, plazas, streetscapes, rooftops and gardens. On the other, it involves landscapes beyond the city: in the revegetation of degraded landscape and the protection of sensitive wetlands. And it has a role in integrating nature with other projects, through things like living architecture and green infrastructure.
We don’t focus on a particular type of project. Instead, we practice landscape architecture by focusing on projects that meet our purpose. We are focused on making a contribution to the public realm of the city and the environment through design.