SERVICES WE OFFER

Land, old English, meaning ‘home territory’ or a place where people belonged.

Scape, from the old English scapan, meaning ’create’ or ‘make’. The Indian association to open spaces and landscape has been through mythologies, town planning, and most importantly through socio-cultural relationships. Marrying the outdoor spaces with the Indian ethos, we shape open spaces.

Open spaces
design

Open spaces
design

““Let us green the earth, restore the earth, heal the earth.” – Ian McHarg.
We design open spaces with the art and practice of purposefully resilient, innovative, and visually pleasing outdoor spaces for the co-existence of man and nature. With the urban areas in India growing exponentially, we believe in the power of efficiently utilizing the available open spaces and shaping them sustainably.

Landscape
master
planning

Landscape
master
planning

“First life, then spaces, then buildings - the other way around never works." - Jan Gehl

We follow a landscape-led approach - understanding people first, aiming at integrated social, environmental, and economic sustainability. With landscape master planning we start with users – birds, animals, people, and how they inhabit a place. Next, we work on zoning, circulation planning, and designing places for them.

We believe in collaboration. Actively leading public participation and stakeholder associations, we - as a team, have successfully achieved practical, accessible, and acceptable design solutions.



The Earth has music for those who will listen
- George Santayana.

Green
approval
assistance

Green
approval
assistance

In the planning and designing of new communities, housing projects, and urban renewal, the planners both private and the public need to consider the kind of world that is being created. - Urie Bronfenbrenner

We assist in understanding the impacts of new developments on the environment.

Feasibility
study

Feasibility
study

“If you get the landscape right, the characters will step out of it, and they’ll be in the right place.” – Annie Proulx

We conduct an iterative landscape engineering exercise for landscape design and master planning projects. It is all about science—geology, physiography, soils, hydrology, and vegetation. It guides us to determine the appropriate locations for development balancing planning and economic growth and making an informed decision.

Habitat
design

Habitat
design

“In town, there must be landscapes where we can walk in safety, pick fruit, cycle, work, sleep, swim, listen to the birds, bask in the sun, run through the trees and laze beside cool waters.” – Tom Turner

We believe native flora and fauna evolve in association with one another and therefore are interdependent. While designing an open space for birds, animals with whom we share the planet, we design spaces that attempt to mimic forest behavior.