Garden and Landscape Design
Our surroundings provide the frame for our daily lives – our garden, the road we walk down, the square we wander across every day, the settlement where we live. These spaces around us all influence our moods, tastes and the development of our children’s asthetics more than anything else. The order, transparency and form fulfilling function are just as important in creating our environment as the scent of the flowers, the whispering of the leaves and the joy we receive from the butterflies and birds flying around.
The landscape architect’s task during the high-standard development of our built environment is to smuggle back something of the perfect harmony that nature can provide. In addition to this, during the course of our planning and contracting we feel an enormous responsibility for the development of an attractive living environment and public spaces of towns and villages that have seen better days.
The plan always precedes the garden or park construction. This not only makes it easier to carry out the plan, it also:
– ensures the construction satisfies current construction laws and rules,
– helps a more accurate calculation of the expected costs of the project,
– assists the client access grant money,
– creates a visual representation of the various options and ideas that can be easily understood by everyone, thus assisting those involved in the communication and decision-making process.