LandLAB is an Auckland based design-led, studio based practice creating sustainable, innovative and creative outcomes across a range of landscape, urbanism and place making projects across in Tāmaki Makaurau-Auckland, across Aotearoa and beyond.
As our name suggests our philosophy integrates a site specific approach (‘Land’) with a creative and rigorous design process (‘LAB’). Our work reflects our interrogation of the inter-relationships between the ecologies and systems of ‘landscape’, ‘urbanism’ and ‘place’.
We operate at the intersection of ecology, landscape, architecture and urbanism. We apply our rigorous and creative approach to the design of objects, spaces, places and territories.
We believe in a design-led process, and guide projects with expertise, leadership and tenacity. We collaborate with our clients, communities, technical consultants and other creative disciplines. We encourage authenticity, innovation, and environmental responsibility.
We design for people and are equally as interested in how each project works, is assembled and looks. We believe that good design is good business… and good fun.
Anna Bish, Divya Bishnoi, Greer Carmine, Henry Crothers, Sam Gould, Scott Greenhalgh, Bela Grimsdale, Monique Hawkins, Alex Luiten, Cory Manson, Ethan Reid, Jeremy Thompson, Zac Thorp, Luke Veldhuizen, Zihao Wang, Prince
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Level 2, 17 Sale Street, Freemans Bay, Auckland 1010 PO Box: 91392, Victoria Street West, Auckland, New Zealand 1010
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WLA Award – ‘Islands – Motutere’
WAN Award – Ponsonby Park (Civic Project) WAF Awards – Ponsonby Park (shortlisted) WAF Awards – ‘Islands – Motutere’ (shortlisted) WAF Awards – Queenstown Masterplan (shortlisted) IPWEA Award – Queenstown Masterplan Bay of Plenty Property Council Award – Tauranga Waterfront
LABC Tripartite Award – Te Ara I Whiti, Light Path NZILA Award Infrastructure – Te Ara I Whiti, Light Path NZILA Award Public Space – Westhaven Promenade Denizen Heroes Award World Landscape Architecture (WLA) Award – Te Ara I Whiti, Light Path
NZIA John Scott Award for Public Architecture – Te Ara I Whiti, Light Path NZIA National Public Architecture Award - Te Ara I Whiti, Light Path WAF Infrastructure Category Winner - Te Ara I Whiti, Light Path BEST Awards Supreme Spatial Winner - Te Ara I Whiti, Light Path BEST Awards Public Winner - Te Ara I Whiti, Light Path BEST Awards Spatial Winner - Te Ara I Whiti, Light Path
NZILA Award Sustainability – Daldy Street Linear Park NZILA Award Urban Spaces – Karanga Plaza
IPWEA LABC NZILA WAF WAN WLA
Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (AUS) Los Angeles Business Council (USA) New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architecture (NZ) World Architecture Festival (UK) World Architecture News (UK) World Landscape Architecture (AUS)