Our Landscape Architecture Team have delivered a diverse range of projects in both urban and rural settings; from leisure parks, housing estates, communal and private gardens to sporting sites, outdoor learning spaces and sensory gardens.
Our Landscape Designs promote wellbeing and belonging, an improved sense of place, and the settings are structured with the specific needs of the users in mind so as to impact positively on individual lives.
The Quattro Team’s passion and expertise for planting is as strong as their passion for Architecture. As well as being qualified Architects and Landscape Designers our Team also includes RHS qualified Gardeners.
Collaborating closely with other environmental professionals, we approach every scheme with a detailed ecology strategy to mitigate for any loss of wildlife habitat engendered by the development and to contribute to local species diversity. We examine optimum solutions to improve the natural environment with augmentation of nectar and pollen provision, linking elements for green corridors and devices to create new wildlife homes.
Natural solutions remain integral to our designs; we use native planting and local materials where possible in the endeavour to provide pleasing, manageable outdoor spaces for clients, users and visitors, whilst maximising the ecological value of the site.
Changeable climate conditions require expert specification of both plants and materials. Who could have thought that both drought and flood resistant plants, as well as Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) and Rainwater Harvesting, would become essential considerations for UK Landscape Design?
From concept to delivery, our Landscape Team create striking, sustainable and transformative designs across a diverse range and scale of projects, including natural and built environments.
As Community champions, changing lives for the better remains at the heart of every individual Quattro design
Our specialist Landscape experience includes:
- Masterplanning and Regeneration Strategic Planning
- Public Realm and Urban Design
- Private Gardens
- Community Engagement
- Historically Sensitive Landscape Design
- Ecologically Sensitive Landscape Design
- Site Accessibility and Site Layouts
- Sport England Requirements