landscape design plan

A concept plan is useful when you want to create a really beautiful, bespoke, harmonious garden that suits your style, personality, lifestyle and your unique house and environment. Whether it's an established property or a brand new build, a city house or a lifestyle block, I can create a landscape plan that helps you achieve the garden of your dreams.

 

The steps towards getting a concept plan are detailed in the Process page of this website.

 

A concept plan is a scaled plan in colour which illustrates the general design and layout of the garden, incorporating all that we will have discussed in the initial meeting and providing expert solutions and ideas to make your section a beautiful, timeless garden that suits you perfectly.

 

The plan will show lawns, planting beds, new decks and patios, any proposed pathways and structures... I will suggest hardscape materials without specific details (timber, pebbles, concrete...), colors and sizes. I name every tree, hedges and feature plants and give a few plant suggestions for the different garden beds. You will be able to get installation quotes with this plan after choosing the specific materials and finishes yourself. 

The concept plan helps to give you a long term vision of your garden. It is especially useful when you plan to install it in stages. To help visualising the design you can opt to get 3D images as well.

Landscape Design Plans examples:

Angles & Levels - Rangitahi
Angles & Levels - Rangitahi

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Lifestyle Block Family Garden
Lifestyle Block Family Garden

Newstead

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Private Hamilton East Garden
Private Hamilton East Garden

This design was for the client's front garden which was very open. They needed help to create a lot more private and cosy garden and to visualise what it would look like in the future. We added a cute little corner for their daughter and a "hang-out" zone around the BBQ.

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Angles & Levels - Rangitahi
Angles & Levels - Rangitahi

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