The practice specialises in a wide array of areas, including:
The practice is at the forefront of contemporary Australian landscape design. By fusing local communities with their unique ecologies, John Mongard Landscape Architects (JMLA) create sustainable models for living. By centering local culture and art into projects, we strive to act as catalysts for making meaningful new places.
The landscape of now should be more than just a memory of the past. It takes a conscious effort to make a landscape of its time and place. Climate change, ageing and peak oil are changing the way we build the future. JMLA are focussed on the principle of RE:Placing - the reinvention of places in sustainable ways. Recycling materials, energy, water and waste are pivotal actions in our work. Urban agriculture and local food production are vital concerns for tomorrow's city and they are recreating the function of our open spaces.