The Landscape Architecture Division of Planit has since grown rapidly since its inception in 2005, becoming an integral part of Planit’s services. The diverse team specialise in the creation of distinctive, environmentally sustainable landscape architectural and urban design solutions in response to the design challenges presented by the unique conditions in contemporary urban and natural Australian environments.

Planit’s design process is based on thorough site analysis and translation of the requirements of the client to a finished design solution. This careful research and thorough design process pays particular attention to the uniqueness of every site and its context, as well as its specifics of ecology, history and most importantly the human relationships to these. The result is the creation of dynamic and multi-layered landscapes, appropriate to their location and use, landscapes that not only hold their aesthetic appeal but stand the test of time.

The Landscape Architecture Team at Planit aims to achieve functionality, amenity, environmental sustainability, cost effectiveness and the provision of social equity through their work, applying a unique blend of science, art (design) and environmental sensitivity to all design projects. As urban designers the team recognises the cultural and social influences that affect human behavior and our response to the environments we all inhabit.

Planit has the luxury of being a multidisciplinary firm including Environmental Scientists, Environmental Planners, Town Planners and Urban Designers providing a multi-disciplinary approach to Landscape Architectural projects. The design team are skilled in a wide range of forms of expressing ideas from artistic sketches to computer design and presentation.

Through the depth of experience of the Landscape Architects, and with the support of the multidisciplinary team, Planit’s Landscape Architecture Division has the ability to undertake a wide variety of services:

  • Landscape Architectural Services
  • Bushland Regeneration
  • Scope of Works and Brief Formulation
  • Drawing for Council Planning Approval
  • Conceptual Design
  • Documentation Drawings for Construction and Specifications
  • Administration of Building Contracts
  • Public Private Open Space Furniture Design
  • Landscape / Public Art
  • Development Guidelines
  • Management Plans
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