In this blog we take a look at sketching and the art of visualisation for landscape professionals. How do you best demonstrate the finished design with a client?
A blog from our Head of Design giving an insight into the world of Landscape Architecture as a discipline and how it is more encompassing, bridging art, science and engineering, mediating between technology, nature and culture.
The debate that Landscape Architecture is between assemblage and morphosis written in collaboration by CGLA's Head of Design - Eike Selby and Cristina Morbi.
It's been an amazing journey from designing small London gardens to being a firm of award winning highly artistic garden design and commercial landscape specialists.
More than half of our work involves working with other professionals with joint clients. This might be the Architect, Interior Designer, QS or the Clients’ Project Manager.
Visualising a garden is a key part of a design process. Most of us love hand drawn sketches and plans for their soft attractive feel, and we do still use these as part of many design projects, particularly in the early stages where the flow of the space is more important than all of the detailing.