Landscape Architecture

We are willing to challenge assumptions and the way you think, but we will not waste your time on solutions that won't work.

Urbanlogic don't just hear the client; we pride ourselves on our ability to listen to your needs and to know when to ask the right questions.

In Detail

Our driving ideal is to celebrate the landscape and the opportunities to enrich and enliven the public space and the urban fabric we all live and work in.

Every project is different! Every space is different! Every outcome is different!

Urbanlogic is not about using already existing ideas and retro fitting elements from them into your project. We use innovation, creativity and flair and pride ourselves on delivering practical design solutions that make a difference.

Producing plans that look pretty on paper but lack realistic outcomes is not what we do; we have the skills to make sure we can implement the vision to meet genuine outcomes that also inspire.

Experienced and proven ability in:

  • Landscape Architecture
  • Landscape Masterplanning
  • Landscape Assessment
  • Waterfront Design
  • Open Space and Parks
  • Streetscape and public realm design
  • Schools and Institutional Facilities
  • Business and Industrial Parks
  • Resorts
  • Open Space Strategies
  • Landscape Guidelines and Principles
  • Planting Plans
  • Peer Reviews

Related Projects

  • Albany Lakes Civic Park and Albany Bridge. NZ

    Albany Lakes Civic Park and Albany Bridge. NZ

    Design included two contemporary urban public plazas, innovative treatment of stormwater ponds and retaining edges and a feature pedestrian bridge, which spans 60m between the upper and lower storm water ponds, »

  • Alpers and Edgerley Avenue

    Alpers and Edgerley Avenue

    Urbanlogic was commissioned to deliver a unique vision / landscape strategy for a large residential development in Auckland »

  • Auckland War Memorial Museum.

    Auckland War Memorial Museum.

    The neoclassical Auckland War Memorial Museum is one of New Zealand’s most important museums and war memorials. It’s one of the few New Zealand buildings that can be considered truly “iconic”. The museum sits on a grassed plinth, the remains of a dormant volcano, in the heart of Auckland’s Domain. »

  • Ferry Road Waterfront - Taupo

    Ferry Road Waterfront - Taupo

    Urbanlogic were appointed by Taupo District Council to develop the masterplan for the Taupo's waterfront edge and to create an new vibrant flexible space, the masterplan showed that the design not only showcases how flexible spaces can be adapted, but is a highly sculptural landscape as a focus and unifying many different art elements. »

  • Gillett Square, Hackney, London

    Gillett Square, Hackney, London

    Gilett Square was the first of former London Mayor Ken Livingstone’s 100 new spaces for London. It was a key component of the regeneration of Hackney and the wider Olympic masterplan »

  • Imagine Studios

    Imagine Studios

    Urbanlogic have been commissioned to create a unique vision for a unused piece of land in Auckland by creating an urban park which will contain a 18 hole mini golf course, interactive sculpture play, New Zealand's largest splash pad and designing a low impact car park. »

  • Kingsland Arterial Road. Auckland. NZ

    Kingsland Arterial Road. Auckland. NZ

    The shared space concept for Kingsland arterial road is a vision of how the public realm could look when the new Auckland City hosts the 2011 Rugby World Cup. »

  • Peninsula Square, Greenwich, London, UK

    Peninsula Square, Greenwich, London, UK

    Peninsula Square was designed to act as the gateway to the new entertainment destination at the Millennium Dome In addition to the 340.000 square meters of employment spaces, cafes, restaurants and feature works of art, special events and performances will be staged regularly creating a vibrant new outdoor space for London on a square equivalent in size to Leicester Square. »

  • Queens Wharf, Auckland, NZ

    Queens Wharf, Auckland, NZ

    The question “What will the Queens Wharf look like in the future?” is the question that has captured the imagination of many Aucklanders and interested urban design spectators around the world. »

  • Tauhara Ridge, VS 2 Taupo.

    Tauhara Ridge, VS 2 Taupo.

    Taking a truly sustainable approach means creating good urban form and building real communities that utilise the best thinking and effectively get more for less, improving the performance of individual buildings while reducing their environmental impact. »

  • The Regents Canal and the Kingsland Basin. UK

    The Regents Canal and the Kingsland Basin. UK

    As part of the London Plan’s ‘Blue Ribbon Network’ which identifies open water spaces as a principle component of London’s public realm. The objectives of the landscape strategy was to improve both the amenity value of the site and the quality of the public realm »

Who we are

Urbanlogic is a Landscape Architecture and Urban Design consultancy dedicated to New Thinking, New Possibilities.

"We take a fresh new perspective on how to bring urban environments to life. Delivering beyond the obvious and the conventional to create places unique and special to New Zealand".

Our Service

Our unique creative vision, track record and over 16 years experience in urban design, public realm, shared space / streetscapes, detail design, regeneration, visual impact assessment and using new innovation / technology.

This breadth of expertise has enabled Urbanlogic to become one of the most creative and exciting new breeds of design consultants in New Zealand.


For Urbanlogic success means more than reputation. Success is marked by our belief that excellence can only come from a strong and consolidated strategy, expert skill, vision, creativity and informed collaboration.

Our international multi-disciplinary ‘think tank’ approach provides a platform from which creative ideas can become tangible outcomes.

Designing For Tomorrow

Designing For Tomorrow is Urbanlogic's window devoted to the future of emerging designs, solutions and sustainable trends in the built environment.

In part by actively tracking the innovations in technology, designs and theories and opening up a conversation about "what next?" and "how do we make it happen?"