Access to public space is a foundation for democracy and landscape architecture is a powerful tool that can help achieve this. Good landscape design strengthens our connection to nature to create uplifting outdoor spaces that enhance health and wellbeing. It actively boosts biodiversity, while providing resilience to climate change through strategies for better resource management. From participatory urban gardening initiatives, to parkland planning; these are the principles that guide our design.
The largest urban transformation of our time; moving the Arctic city of Kiruna, while preserving its unique character and collective memory.
Shaping the future of an iconic Norwegian waterfront
A technical stormwater system, disguised as an attractive urban park.
An urban pop-up park for bees.
Serenity and calm amidst a busy student campus
Exploring nature while touching the ground lightly
A meeting place for the town’s inhabitants.