LandCurrent works from Eugene Oregon. LandCurrent provides landscape architectural consulting services for projects varying in scale and program: urban design, public parks and natural areas, institutional and commercial development, and contemporary garden design. Founded in 2001 as A. Van Asperdt p.c., we are now doing business as LandCurrent.
Unique Artistic Concepts
LandCurrent practices landscape architecture as art. We look closely at the site specific characteristics and challenges of every landscape and its user’s needs. This results in strong distinctive concepts that are contemporary in form and the underlying issues that drive form. Because of this conceptual strength, supported by thoughtfulness and craftsmanship down to the smallest detail, our designs stand out as unique artistic solutions.
LandCurrents supports the use of sustainable materials and construction techniques in every project. LandCurrent has been on the forefront of integrated stormwater solutions and practicing sustainable landscape architecture. LandCurrent is a carbon neutral and climate positive company, we operate with a minimal carbon footprint and offset our small footprint by investing in carbon sequestration. We aim to design all our projects with the smallest carbon footprint possible and provide a carbon footprint report for all our projects.
High Art, Deep Roots
Conceptual strength and a deep understanding of ecological and sustainable issues are not separate issues in our work. On the contrary unique artistic solutions are often derived from a deep understanding of today’s sustainability challenges. High Art and Deep Roots enable LandCurrent to create a landscape that is both functional and innovative.
* Master planning for Parks and Communities
* Schematic Concept designs
* Construction Documentation & Specification
* Design Charrette Facilitation
* Public Meeting Facilitation
Specialties and Past Project Experiences:
* Neighborhood and Community Parks
* Integrated Stormwater solutions
* Waterwise Landscapes
* Custom Play Areas - Natural Play & Inclusive Play
* Complex sites
* Architectural Integration