365 Seattle Landscape Architects and Designers
Outdoor lighting is our passion. Our goal is to make your home feel like it is giving you a warm hug when you come home on a dark night. We create custom design and installs for each property we visit. Interactive design sessions are fun and free. We want you to see exactly how the lighting can look on your property. Call today to schedule a demonstration on your property!
- 701 34th Avenue SeattleWA9812250501
Cambium Incorporated is a full service landscape architecture, construction and maintenance firm based in Seattle, Washington. Cambium specializes in high quality, residential design, construction and landscape maintenance services. With a strong commitment to quality and customer service, Cambium has the knowledge and experience to take on any landscape project for your property.
- 2288 W Commodore Way #105 SeattleWA9819950501
Founded in 1988 by Ken Philp, Kenneth Philp Landscape Architects has grown to become a 5-person firm specializing in residential, urban, public and commercial design throughout the Pacifc Northwest. KPLA's design process emphasizes three equally important and fundamental aspects of design: architectural style, inherent qualities of the site, and our clients’ personality and vision. We believe it is imperative to consider each of these factors, allowing each aspect to shape the design process and create a springboard for our composition of a concept and program. We have employ a diverse team of Landscape Architects, project managers and support staff, and make our clients needs our first priority. Throughout the progression of a project, each site and situation generates ideas that are unique to itself. Our process-oriented design approach is flexible and adaptable, allowing us to fully address the complexities and opportunities of individual projects and respond in kind. With this tailored process and over 75 combined years of professional experience in planning, design, sensitive areas work, permitting, project management, and construction administration services, we are able to create spaces that distinctively express architecture, site, and the client.
Le jardinet was founded in 2006 as a custom container garden design service, quickly gaining national recognition as my designs were featured in publications including Fine Gardening, Garden Design online, This Old House, Sunset Magazine blog and Better Homes and Gardens titles. Gardens evolve and so do our lives and so with the success of my award winning book Fine Foliage I found myself traveling and speaking more frequently so have shifted my focus full time to landscape design, specializing in small spaces and serving the Greater Seattle area. These demand the same attention to detail and level of artistry that Le jardinet has become known for but I now apply those skills to create elegant and functional outdoor living spaces to suit your lifestyle. I also offer garden consultations to help troubleshoot existing problems or get you started on a new project. For those who would still appreciate professional design assistance with their containers I would love to work with you either through my Personal Container Coach service or one of my many workshops held here at our home in Duvall, WA. My aim as always is to combine my extensive horticultural knowledge and creativity to bring you designs that will exceed your expectations. PLEASE NOTE; for descriptions and photos of my designs please refer primarily to my website. The Houzz category 'projects' can be misleading. Although many of the landscape and container designs are my work not all are - some are my photographs of other peoples work which have been used in a writing project for Houzz.
- Upon Request SeattleWA9812250501
Paul R. Broadhurst, BSc. MLA, works throughout the United States and has projects in the UK and Australia. He has been featured on the Discovery Channel and in Sunset, Better Homes & Gardens, Northwest Homes, Landscape Architecture, and Garden Design magazines. Philosophy Creating Spirit of Place: Genus Loci The ancient Greeks spoke of Genus Loci or the Spirit of a Place. It defines the profound qualities which gives the perception of a place its character and identity. Genus Loci only exists because we perceive it so. What makes a place memorable? What design elements create character and identity? By understanding the spirit of place, we learn to enhance our environment. As a designer, I most commonly apply this understanding to the connections that can occur between house and landscape, or between any building and nature. For it is at this margin, between the built and the un-built, where one has the best opportunity to shape people’s perception and pleasure in a place. Their experience can be enhanced as simply as creating seating at just the right place to relax, providing calm, or creating a space that encourages engagement and socializing; or by providing a path with a clearly expressed purpose. An understanding of Genus Loci has profound implications in creating a sense of place and is the animating principal in my work. Featured Articles ------------------------------- <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/52303043/list/how-to-create-a-japanese-inspired-garden">http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/52303043/list/how-to-create-a-japanese-inspired-garden</a> <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/35130331/list/dramatic-lawn-makeovers">http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/35130331/list/dramatic-lawn-makeovers</a> <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/34451572/list/understand-your-site-plan-for-a-better-landscape-design">http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/34451572/list/understand-your-site-plan-for-a-better-landscape-design</a> <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/30890554/list/how-to-create-an-unforgettable-garden">http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/30890554/list/how-to-create-an-unforgettable-garden</a> <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/29408585/list/Lawn-Gives-Way-to-a-More-Natural-Lakeside-Garden">http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/29408585/list/Lawn-Gives-Way-to-a-More-Natural-Lakeside-Garden</a> <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/28203467/list/When-Less-Is-Really-More-in-Your-Garden">http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/28203467/list/When-Less-Is-Really-More-in-Your-Garden</a>
- 2401 East Spring St SeattleWA9812250501
HGO specializes in sustainable landscape design and installations. From entire yard designs to fence building, patio installations, found material raised beds, to edible rain gardens, we design landscapes that optimize permaculture, organic and sustainable practices.
- 1530 Belmont Ave Suite 637SeattleWA50501
Morse Landscape Architecture has over 25 years of combined experience creating and designing stunning single family residential projects. We are your advocate and partner as you navigate the landscape design and construction of your most important asset. We would love to talk to you about your project. Morse Landscape Architecture was founded on a deeply held belief that all outdoor environments should be designed as beautiful, functional and sustainable spaces; and that the design of a site can be the most important part of any project. We apply these principals to a wide variety of project types, from educational facilities to parks, retail and industrial sites. We are committed to robust collaboration with architects, engineers, local community officials, and our clients to achieve design excellence and high quality service on every project.
- 32021 NE 60th Street CarnationWA
With years of experience, you can rest easy knowing your vision of an outdoor oasis is in good hands. Casual Construction is passionate about creating a lifelong partnership with every client. You will have a direct line of communication with us as we sculpt your outdoor space into the ideal area to entertain, play, and most importantly relax. Call today to make your dream outdoor project a reality!
Sunrise Container Design creates outdoor container gardens customized to your home or condominium to create curb appeal and low-maintenance gardens for entryways, patios, decks, terraces and gardens.
- 5628 Airport Way S ste 165 seattleWA9810850501
We are a small full-service architecture and landscape design company. We believe in a integral relationship between indoors and outdoors, and in all of our design work we strive to make that connection stronger.
Martha Shapiro and Clare Ryan have been designing gardens for over 25 years. Specializing in custom residential landscapes, they have experience in both small and large scale projects. Projects include modern and contemporary designs, as well as classically styled gardens, drought tolerant gardens, and edible gardens. Shapiro Ryan Design Philosophy Collaboration: We believe it is essential to include the homeowner in the design process. Design: Good structure creates a warm and inviting living space. We relentlessly work with layout and geometry to create graceful gardens. Style: Integration of the architecture and the site directs the design process to the appropriate response for each project.
- 6000 17TH AVE SW # 17 SeattleWA
How do I design? It’s a process that changes with every space, but always springs from a set of rudimentary questions and observations. IT’S NOT A GARDEN, IT’S A SET OF EXPERIENCES I like to start by asking what is the experience you’d like to have in the space? Do you want to read quietly or run around with a dog or a ball? Create and present a gourmet meal? Host a wedding? Lie in a hammock? To offer an experience, I will design the space around a dominant theme, choosing plants and accessories and materials to unify the theme and support the style of garden you prefer. LET THE LAND TAKE A STAND Study the landform. Where are there slopes? Where does water accumulate or flow? What possibilities are offered by the shape of the space? What borrowed scenery is available? Answers to these questions create opportunities and limitations that inform the design possibilities. Working with the land, not against it, is a basic precept of sustainable space planning. GOOD BONES What shapes and structures will most enhance the space? Does the space require geometric design? Rectilinear or curvilinear? Or is the space more organic, lending itself to more biomorphic, abstract design. Will walls or terraces or arbors help hold the space together? Would a vertical garden element (living wall) add dimension and enhance the design? These are the bones of the garden, and should reflect the theme and shape of the space itself. DETAILS MATTER – COLOR, TEXTURE AND MATERIAL CHOICES Color and texture are important, of course. Where are small leaf sizes required, and where will large forms punctuate the design most effectively? Where does the garden need to be brightened? Cooled with darker, cooler shades? How will pavers accentuate the color of the home or the plant materials? Artfully designed containers can contribute design elements in otherwise overlooked spaces. Container materials range from terra cotta, corten steel, aluminum, stone, brick, glazeware, wood and many more. Which choices will add cohesion to the design plan? Which materials and plants will promote the most sustainable design? We will examine these questions together to create the spaces and experiences you, your family or your clients will find most comfortable for years to come.