Landscape Architecture is an integral part of each project that Franke:Franke is involved in, often in collaboration with other design firms, or as part of our unique multi-disciplinary studio. This approach to our work is consistently evidenced by the value that we place on producing landscapes that reflect architectural integrity, local cultures, and climate; even more important, we design landscapes that are thoughtfully composed to entice people to feel drawn to exuberantly inhabit, play, work, or find solace and peace within them.
Emotive responses are not accidental in our projects, but rather a deliberate objective that we plan for and reinforce with each unique landscape conceived by Franke:Franke.
Within our studio, landscape architecture and building architecture are always considered as allied arts. This natural alliance within our design process enables us to create architecture that is one with the site—not just by blurring the line between the two, but by seamlessly integrating one with the other, such that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
Just as with our architectural practice, our landscapes incorporate teachings from the broad arts of past and present to create modern landscapes that are intrinsically linked and fitting to the specific places in which they are designed, constructed, and inhabited.