8 Queenstown, Otago, New Zealand Landscape Professionals
Baxter Design Group is an energetic team of landscape architects involved with many high profile projects throughout the Southern Lakes region, Central Otago and other main centres throughout New Zealand. Our extensive portfolio of work covers urban and rural landscape masterplanning, resort development, public streetscape and parks, rural subdivision, residential design and landscape assessment. Baxter Design Group was established in 1998 by Paddy Baxter and Jeff Brown. BDG is now owned by the directors; Paddy Baxter and Brooke Mitchell and currently has 5 landscape architects, 2 CAD staff and an office manager. Paddy’s experience included 10 years working for a large practice with responsibilities that included resort and urban design works throughout New Zealand. At present our job list covers large scale tourism and development projects throughout New Zealand and public spaces including town centre projects and urban design. We enjoy working as part of a collaborative team and have worked with a variety of architectural firms and others including artists and sculptors. At BDG we provide innovative design solutions to projects in a wide range of environments, and we take pride in shaping the New Zealand landscape for the future.
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Here in the heart of Otago, based in Queenstown and covering the Queenstown-Cromwell district of southern New Zealand, Southern Landmarx links local knowledge and architectural skills to create quality outdoor spaces.
LAND landscape architects have a strong passion for the landscape and in particular the relationship that people have with their surroundings. Land is a Queenstown based company with considerable local experience of the Queenstown culture and environment. This passion and understanding is evident throughout the design and implementation of local projects.
Gilchrist Design Co. pioneers integrated design into the changing rural and urban environments. We focus on making positive and holistic change, and understand the success of any project relies on its impact economically, ecologically and culturally.