'First and foremost, we design for people'.
Hamilton Wilson, Managing Director


Exceptional customer service is essential to our work. We listen to your needs and thoughtfully interpret your requirements.

The integration of landscape and architecture is at the heart of all our design. We have been providing integrated landscape architecture for more than 50 years.

Our research informs our strategic thinking and is the basis for our ongoing design innovation. We believe sharing our research is essential to drive advances in education, laboratories and other sectors.

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130+ years of design excellence.


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Now the sky is the limit for teaching and learning, and you are only regulated by your ability to imagine.
— Natasha Podoliak, Brisbane Boys’ College, Director of Middle School Student Development

We design education environments that strengthen our relationships, sustain our communities and support us as individuals. We place the students’ experience at the centre of our work and our ongoing research program drives us to enhance our understanding/design with each project.

See more information about our education master planning, projectsresearch, and media articles to learn more. 



Being surrounded by luscious greenery, light streaming in, and the tranquility of the fish pond, gives a feeling of calm and respite.
— Fiona Heckelmann, Caboolture GP Superclinic visitor

We design health places that support wellbeing and form a relationship with the natural environment. Our thoughtful approach combines the functions of health centres with the sensitivities of human wellbeing. 

We are Australian award winners in medical and laboratory design, and bring this expertise to all of our health projects.

See our projects to learn more.



We’re going to do something that nobody else is doing in the world, because we have these facilities.
— Translational Research Institute; Assoc. Prof Mark Bowles – Former COO Mater Medical Research

We have been at the forefront of science-based research and laboratory architecture for over 40 years, and have designed more than 50 innovative laboratory and science-based research projects for some of Australia’s premier research institutes and universities.

See our projectsresearch, and media articles to learn more.



The garden setting and the flowing water course give a very natural feeling to the space, creating a green haven. The students and staff find it a very relaxing place to study, work and contemplate.
— Professor Alan Rix, Pro Vice Chancellor, University of Queensland

Our landscape architecture team are recognised across Australia for their expertise. We have been providing integrated landscape architecture services for more than 50 years. Our approach draws on our cultural and climatic traditions to blur the boundaries between architecture and nature.

See our projects and media articles to learn more. 



The Centenary Building is the new benchmark for residential colleges in Australia. It has re-defined the concept and standard for college living.
— Greg Eddy, Master and Chief Executive of King’s College

We understand how to design flexible, quality housing that is cost-effective and appealing. Our quality multi-residential projects create a sense of community and identity whether they be student housing, senior living projects, refurbishments or new builds.  

See our projects, research, and media articles to learn more. 




Nothing about the facility says ‘nursing home’. It feels like a retirement village for younger people, not a high care facility,
— Michael O’Donnell, Director of Property Freedom Aged Care, Toowoomba

We design beautiful senior living environments that combine all the comforts of home with award- winning landscape architecture, and a strong sense of community. Our quality projects put residents at the heart of the project, while maximising operational efficiency to increase the value of your development.

See our projects, research, and media articles to learn more.



You have brought this building to life again. [The UQ Mayne Hall Art Museum] is a warm and welcoming building, designed for people.
— Professor John Hay, former University of Queensland Vice Chancellor

We understand when and how to let the past be revealed in each building. This sensitivity is a hallmark of our design. We use devices that are in context but clearly new, such as building materials and colour palettes, to make a connection to the past.

See our projects, research, and media articles to learn more.