Flat Bush housing

This development of 111 terraced, semi-detached and stand-alone homes in Flat Bush used intensive landscape inputs to enliven and balance the densely built environment. Landscape design and planting addresses the intimate spaces available in private yards and ensures attractive outdoor living. Generous street planting transforms what would be functional access corridors into high amenity and comfortable public realm space. Nick was responsible from the early stages for introducing landscape elements and ideas to the development and working with architects and planners and the client to achieve high quality landscape and a successful resource consenting process.

Left: Overall site plan showing the interaction of architecture and landscape.

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