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About Davis Landscape Architecture
A design company of landscape architects based in London. We create livable, sustainable places for housing, education and working.
Davis Landscape Architecture is a design focused company of landscape architects located in central London, we bring an imaginative and pragmatic design approach to each project we encounter. Our landscape architects thrive on the challenge of working as part of complex multi disciplinary design teams and believe that elegant landscape design solutions are achieved through the application of the intellect and the imagination. Our aim is to provide clients with landscape design solutions that are elegant, attractive and create meaningful public and private spaces. A landscape design should enhance the setting of any surrounding architecture, fulfill any technical requirements and stitch the development site seamlessly into its surrounding context. Our landscape architect’s experience includes all areas of landscape design and we are able to deliver all of the Landscape Institute’s Work Stages.
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