We have dedicated decades to a landscape architecture which makes big cities people-friendly, small cities attractive, forgotten places worth discovering again and nature reserves accessible.
We do this by always putting user needs first, by forming spaces so that they appeal to many, and by basing all we do on facts and research. This helps us to create places which enrich and elevate both people and the planet.
Urbanisation means that our shared spaces get smaller and our need for nature gets bigger. That is why we need to create outdoor environments together with those who live nearby – who use these spaces to play, run and recover. The design of a space is central to how well it will function, how well loved it will become and how it will be used. We base all that we build on context and fact. Digital tools, spatial analyses and research into eco-system services and stormwater management allow us to craft user-friendly, relevant environments that are fit to withstand the challenges of climate change.