As a part of our ongoing stewardship of the profession, this month we’re showcasing landscape architecture to the world and inviting the public to learn about what we do. This is the second post in our WLAM series, stay tuned for more each week during the month of April.
This week we are taking time to appreciate and share what we do and why it is important to us.
Landscape architecture is essential to nurturing our public health, safety and welfare. This practice is important to us because of its profound effect on the communities and people around us. The spaces we design cultivate the evolution of our lives, relationships, communities and much more.
Every day is different! We love the diverse nature of our profession and the variety of ways we apply our collective knowledge and skillsets to our daily workflow.
We oversee projects from site analysis through design development, construction and post occupancy
as part of the schematic design process, Cameron does a quick sketch of a hotel pool renovation.
We work closely with our suppliers, manufacturers and collaborators
We work on a variety of projects
We celebrate together too!
It is both this dynamic design process, dedicated team and the impact our work has on our community that keeps us dedicated to our practice.