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Bockholt Landscape Architecture

Bockholt Landscape Architecture

  • 750 Kearns Blvd. Ste 230
  • Park City, UT 84060
  • 435.649.3856
Overview

As a landscape architect that specializes in modern and contemporary site and landscape design services, for a successful and discerning clientele it is especially the case that the first and most prominent part of our philosophy is to make every effort to understand and adopt the project owners and architects own values, wants and desires for the preparation of the landscape design. Even more so than building architecture; every project is unique from the last in the landscape architecture discipline. Since there are differing sites and differing accompanying structures, there are various new opportunities and restrictions; Add changing clients with differing yet critically important visions and needs and it can begin to get overwhelming. So what takes priority for us as the designer? What is important is that we succeed in all we set out to accomplish; and this is best realized through a team based, organized process and approach, an honest attempt to satisfy all concerns! Working with architects, interior designers the landscape architect must draw from and contribute to the projects program from an early stage. The end result is a comprehensive site and landscape design that meets or exceeds the client’s demands, compliments the architecture in meaningful ways, stays in budget and stands the best chance of satisfying everything. “ The basis for my design philosophy as a post-modernist is balance. I find that the client’s needs are achieved primarily through implementation of first principals, i.e. it’s not a process of creativity, or artistry at first, but a scientifically guided method of inventory, analysis and programming which provides a framework from within which we then discover the opportunities for creative artistry. Any other philosophy is an extremist point of view. There must be a balance, the artist and commissioner must both be satisfied for the project to be called a success.” -Seth Bockholt