We love the natural and built environment, both are critical to the well-being of people and the planet; both are inextricably linked. Our passion is using the tools of science and design to create a better world creating a dialogue between place and nature, people and economy, sustainability and well-being.
Ecoscape is a multi-disciplinary practice that combines science with design in the creation of place-oriented designs that mediate between built form, infrastructure and living systems. We have worked for thirty years helping clients and communities to realise places that weave lifestyle, public space and natural processes through landscape planning and design. In our projects we strive to:
science and design to respond
to places in a creative way.
places for people
and invite the unexpected.
from landscape and people
to further understand our process.
Ecoscape’s design team use a place-oriented approach to design resulting in dynamic living environments. Our process begins by establishing the cultural and ecological foundation of a place overlaid with economic drivers and technical aspects of the site. At the broad level we respond to regional identity at the local level we provide dynamic and unique places for people. Working collaboratively, our process aims to:
- Understand biophysical and socio-cultural aspects of a place to foster strong regional and local identify.
- Integrate ecological function such as stormwater reuse with dynamic public space.
- Invite collaboration and stakeholder input to achieve positive short and long-term outcomes.
- Work at multiple scales to ensure that the landscape detail matches the broad project vision.
9 Stirling Highway
North Fremantle WA 6159
+61 8 9430 8955
Ecoscape offices are located in Walyalup on the northern banks of the Derbal Yerrigan, on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation. We work on many lands throughout Australia and acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community and pay our respects to their cultures, ancestors and Elders.