Leaders in Integrated Design for Landscape
Paul is an experienced registered landscape architect. He has a passion for designing with nature to create enjoyable, resilient and adapted landscapes. Paul specializes in site planning and ecological design and is a Green Shores Approved Professional. Skiing, kayaking, team sports and community volunteer engagements also capture his attention and keep him active.
Rebecca is a skilled landscape designer with a master's degree in landscape architecture. Originally from BC, Rebecca spent the past 20 years in Oregon and Washington, where she was an avid learner of water systems and green infrastructure. She is creative, knowledgeable, and dedicated to designing beautiful and
We excel in managing both large and small planning and design projects, from private residences to large public parks. Past projects include the Laurel Point Inn Renovations (2019)*, the Victoria Courthouse Green Restoration (2016)*, and the Colwood Waterfront Stewardship Plan (2021).
Our firm is trained in the Stewardship Centre of BC's Green Shores program and its application to coastal and lakeshore projects. We continue to volunteer with the Stewardship Centre on program development and promotion.
Integrated design and coordination of green infrastructure and the practical application of landscape-based rainwater management systems is a core element of our practice.
We excel in the design of open space systems and the restoration of dunes, riparian areas, forested hillsides, saltmarshes and other coastal or mountain ecosystem types.
Paul has been providing professional landscape architectural services on Vancouver Island for almost 20 years to discerning private and public sector clients. Our firm specializes in ecosystem restoration and application of nature-based solutions for urban and rural projects.
We strive to design beautiful, sustaining and resilient landscapes...
Landscapes sustain us. We draw water and food from them, and we renew our spirits recreating in them. Backyards, city parks, shorelines, hotel courtyards, playgrounds - when designed with life and vitality in mind - offer respite, recreation and sustainable resources.
Landscapes and ecosystems everywhere are under intensifying pressure from increasing human use and disturbance. Nature-based solutions can offer resiliency when designed to capitalize on ecosystem services but at the same time respect limits to ecosystem function.