ROSE BUCHANAN LANDSCAPE DESIGN

Building & Construction


ARCHITECTURE

  • • Client consultation
  • • Site measurement and drawing
  • • Site analysis
  • • Conceptual landscape design development
  • • Project drawings and documentation
  • • Project presentation
  • • Landscape construction detailing
  • • Project management
  • Model building
 
 

If everything exists within the landscape then the landscape architect must learn to design everything

ABOUT ROSE BUCHANAN LANDSCAPE DESIGN

Rose Buchanan Landscape Design focuses on creating beautiful and environmentally conscious outdoor spaces. We aim to provide clients with design solutions from small garden and exterior spaces to large scale landscapes and masterplans. Our services range from conceptual design through to site construction as well as freelance resource assistance to architectural and landscape architectural companies.

Rose Buchanan is a registered architect with considerable experience in the architectural and urban design fields. She studied architecture at NMMU in Port Elizabeth and worked as an architect for three years before coming to Cape Town to study landscape architecture at UCT. She graduated with her Masters Landscape Architecture in 2013 and received the ILASA prize for the top landscape architectural dissertation. Rose works closely with a team consisting of accredited professionals in the architectural and landscape architectural fields whose skills and experience provide a unique approach to the design of the landscape.
 
 

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CONTACT

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SKILLS

  • • Client consultation
  • • Site measurement and drawing
  • • Site analysis
  • • Conceptual landscape design development
  • • Project drawings and documentation
  • • Project presentation
  • • Landscape construction detailing
  • • Project management
  • Model building