We begin with a discussion about your vision for the project. After an analysis of existing site conditions, we will prepare a base map. Design options and details will be explored. Artistic renderings of the designs will illustrate the vision of each option. The final design will be laid out with construction documents. Contractors may bid on various aspects of your job under my direct supervision. You will not be tied to one specific product or building technique. The final result will be a living outdoor space that fits your aesthetic and lifestyle.
Implementing a proper Garden design requires a strong understanding of plants coupled with a unique sense of spatial relationships. The overall concept should work with the intuitive nature of the location within the budget of the client. Garden Plans can be installed by the Homeowner or their favorite landscaper.
Understanding the complexities of designing a complex Master Plan, phased in over time, requires years of wisdom.
Balancing the needs of the Client, Architect, Interior Designer, Landscape Contractor, and Homebuilder on each project takes experience.
I have these attributes and hope to bring this to your project.
Park and recreation design involves the planning and development of outdoor spaces for public use. This can include the design of parks, playgrounds, sports fields, walking trails, gardens, and other recreational areas. The goal of park and recreation design is to create functional and aesthetically pleasing spaces that meet the needs of the community and promote physical activity, social interaction, and environmental stewardship. The design process typically involves a thorough analysis of the site and its surrounding context, as well as consultation with community members, stakeholders, and other experts to determine the best use of the space. The end result should be a functional, safe and sustainable park or recreation area that is accessible to all members of the community.
Commercial site planning involves the design and development of land for commercial use, such as retail centers, office parks, and mixed-use developments. The goal of commercial site planning is to create functional and efficient spaces that meet the needs of businesses and consumers while also being environmentally responsible and visually appealing. The planning process typically begins with a site analysis, which includes evaluating the physical characteristics of the land and its surrounding context, as well as analyzing the market conditions and consumer demographics. This information is used to determine the best use of the land, such as the type and size of buildings, the number and layout of parking spaces, and the overall layout of the site. The design should also consider issues such as accessibility, sustainability, and community engagement. The end result is a well-designed commercial site that is functional and efficient, while also being an asset to the community.