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Our Services

See Our Services as Landscape Consultants below, or specific areas of interest to the left

To understand the scope of your project all our initial site visits are free if they are local to the Nelson Tasman region.  Other areas in New Zealand and abroad by arrangement, with initial consultation via maps and aerial photographs with online discussions,

Following that initial work, we set out a series of stages with costings to achieve project success.  See Our Process.

Site Analysis
Offers an overview of a site – the slope, orientation and other climatic factors – and explores the possibilities of design strategies.  Problems are identified and solutions offered by graphic, written and verbal rationale.

Public Participation
If the project involves a public space or community landscape, then we can advise on consultation techniques to get effective feedback relevant to the project.  From online surveys to 3 dimensional models to noticeboards to exhibitions we can help you achieve easy public participation to ensure ownership, collaboration of stakeholders and successful outcomes.

Site Masterplanning
This is a guiding document and/or a graphic plan which relates the overall vision and strategy for further detailed design and planning.  Generally, a masterplan can guide the development of a project over a period of 5 to 10 years, sometimes longer. Out masterplans generally show quite detailed design strategies which can be interpreted by contractors working to their own specifications.
Masterplans are essential documents if a project is to have consistency within a long term overarching vision.

Concept and Detailed Design
A concept design involves an iterative process with our clients which explores a site‘s history, geography, ecology and people resulting in a coordinated design vision which suits budgets and timescales.  Most of our projects can be constructed from concept designs and/or concept masterplans.
Detailed design work involves working drawings for detailed construction. Examples: outdoor learning environments, decks, planting, bespoke play items, seating areas, footpaths, etc.  These drawings can be used for competitive tendering.

Implementation Strategies and Techniques
We advise and instruct on the most efficient and cost effective ways of construction, planting, management and maintenance.

Specialist Installation, Planting, Artwork
We also build our own designs to create beautiful spaces with a sense of place: durable, sustainable materials integrated with both short and long term visions, to create timber framed structures and shelters; native, productive and appropriate plants for avenues, orchards, forest gardens, ecology, and long term sustainability, personalised with focal points and artwork appropriate to budget and place.

Habitat Creation
Be part of Aotearoa’s recreation and rejuvenation as an ecologically rich and sustainable south pacific nation which respects ecology and people in a balanced system of wholeness and health.  Invite beneficial insects and native birds to your garden and landscape and be part of Aotearoa’s ecological renaissance.  Clean up polluted waterways by buffering excess nutrient pollution and shading with ecological corridors, rebuild soil life with trees and natural mulches, create diversity of forestry, planting and agriculture.

Project management
Assistance with implementing designs: we can oversee the work of sub-contractors and assist in all phases of bringing success to projects.  Alternatively, we can guide you in your own implementation.
Project overview, property purchase checklist and budgeting – we can help you: clarify your objectives; prioritise your requirements; look at opportunities and constraints related to landscape and lifestyle; identify suitable land – existing or to purchase; look at budgets, likely costs and ways of minimising outlay.

Community engagement
We have years of experience inspiring and enthusing both children and adults in the practical creation of artwork, building landscapes, food gardens and revegetation schemes, etc. Our ‘know how’ and ‘can do’ spirit results in easily achievable projects which engage and build both community trust and resilience. 

Contact us

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