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The old growth oak canopy in Raleigh, NC

From identifying the right plant material to shaping the experience of a space for its users, we apply a collaborative design process to find the right design solution for your project.

Opening day at MLK Jr. Park in Carrboro, NC

Our broad portfolio of experience enables us to understand and navigate the often complex municipal codes and myriad stakeholders that impact projects. We work collaboratively with everyone involved and can guide you seamlessly through the design and implementation process.

The pump track at MLK Jr. Park in Carrboro, NC

Great design is where it all begins. We approach every project with two key values: It must create a great experience for its users and respect its context and natural environment.

Our Values
  • We listen to our clients’ goals and priorities to shape the design solution.
  • Work collaboratively to develop a strategy for implementation.
  • Our clients are our design partners – we don’t design in a “box.”
  • Apply our knowledge and experience to drive a successful outcome.
  • Our natural environment should only be improved through what we do.
Respecting Nature

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.

Chinese proverb

Landscape design, according to Frederick Law Olmsted, should take advantage of the unique characteristics of the site, even its disadvantages. The design should always be developed and refined with intimate knowledge of the site.

Successful Projects

We believe that looking back to understand a site’s history, rigorously studying the context and forces that shape a site, and crafting a narrative in collaboration with our clients creates a path to finding a design solution that enhances our built world and meets our clients’ goals.

We draw inspiration from the landscapes we encounter. Here, a creek near Sol Duc Falls in Olympic National Park, WA, gives shape to a peaceful clearing along a trail.
About Us

Jennifer Wagner spent the early part of her professional life in Brooklyn, NY, where across the street from her apartment was an entrance to Prospect Park. The landscape, one of Frederick Law Olmsted’s many masterworks, became a central part of her everyday life in NY, and inspired her to pursue a career in landscape architecture. Jennifer is passionate about design that improves the human experience and contributes to creating a place. With a background in international studies and design, she leads all of her projects collaboratively with both clients and stakeholders.

We are proud to be a NC HUB Certified Business (Woman Owned)

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Jennifer with her children, Max and Adeline, enjoying a park in Raleigh, NC.
Autumn in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY
Spring flora at Buchart Gardens in Victoria, British Columbia.