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King Garden Designs, Inc. is a boutique landscape design company located in New York. Charles King Sadler, King Garden Designs founder, enjoys creating and enhancing the beauty and vitality of landscapes through thoughtful design, professional implementation and ongoing care.
Member American Society of Landscape Architects & ISA Certified Arborist TRAQ
King Garden Designs offers exclusive garden design services for commercial, institutional and corporate clients, plus expert street tree design - installation and care. We are located in the Hudson Valley. Native plantings and drought tolerant plantings.
We personally meet to discuss your goals, timing and budget during your landscape consultation.
Master Plan, Garden Design, Garden Care, Expert Pruning, Landscaping Services, ISA Certified Arborist Assessment, ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification, Expert Pruning, Cloud Pruning, Landscaping Consultations, Landscaping Property Over Site, Landscape Design, Property Care, Landscape Maintenance.
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King Garden Designs provides exquisite Landscape Design, Construction, and Care of Commercial, Institutional and Corporate properties. We are based in the Hudson Valley. Our unique hands-on approach, use of native plants, attention to detail and ongoing care create incredible results.
We thrive collaborating with other professionals such as: architects, builders, consulting arborists, developers, engineers, soil scientists and others.
We begin with a landscape consultation, to discuss your goals, timing and budget. We carefully listen to your wishes and concerns. A proposal/design contract follows this first meeting or a pruning/garden care proposal. We utilize native plants for successful gardens now and for the future.
Expert Commercial Landscape Consultation: $450
Plus travel expenses beyond our 20 mile radius
(Suggested 1-1.5 Hour Client Meeting)
We next develop a Master Plan or a specific Site Design; these organize your wishes and needs and relate them to the opportunities presented by the site.
Following the acceptance of the final design we develop a project installation estimate and schedule.
King Garden Designs scouts, sources and hand selects superb plants and materials.
- Find out more about our ISA Certified Arborist Tree Services and Assessments
Eleven Reasons You Should Have A Landscape Architect or Landscape Designer on Your Development Team
Source LinkedIn Pulse: Timothy Brown, RLA, GRP
Published on Published January 17, 2018
1. The landscape is the warp and weft which can weave a disparate collection of buildings into a cohesive city, community or campus.
2. Whether they are biking, walking or driving, people most often experience a place from ground level, and landscape provides the interest and impetus which inspires people to return in order to spend time in a place.
3. Vibrant native plantings, flexible plaza spaces, legible and convenient pathways and wayfinding provide a framework within which critical placemaking events can happen, contributing to the overall success of a place
4. Landscape architects are often the keepers of a holistic vision and balance on a project, reconciling the sometimes conflicting design aspirations of architects, engineers, owners and developers.
5. Landscape touches every component of a development project and is a major factor inspiring people to live in a place or return as a visitor.
6. As this article from Time Magazine asserts, access to high-quality green spaces and nature makes people happier, improves physical and mental health and improves our overall sense of well-being. (Also See: WHO)
7. Well-designed landscapes, especially in neighborhoods and on campuses, contribute to an overall sense of well-being by providing places for people to meet up for a walk, for collaboration or to just chat. People places are successful places.
8. Well-designed landscapes provide a myriad of ecosystem services, not the least of which include groundwater recharge, habitat creation, and mitigation of urban heat island impacts.
9. Using vernacular materials in innovative ways, referencing natural landscapes with native plantings and providing places for people to gather, recreate and relax are just a few ways that well-designed landscapes contribute to a culturally impactful and potent sense of place.
10. Landscape architects are trained to look closely at all the existing conditions of a site. The inclusion of landscape architects from the beginning of the process can avoid costly mistakes down the road and ensure the preservation of historically important vegetation and site artifacts.
11. Well-designed landscapes bring people closer to the places where they live work and play, giving them a place to dwell, promoting stewardship and inspiring advocacy.
These are just a few of the many reasons landscape architects and landscape designer ought to be integral members of the development team starting from project conception.