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Natural Habitats Greening Award Winning Properties

Natural Habitats Greening Award Winning Properties

Natural Habitats are delighted to have contributed to six of the award winning properties in the 2014 Property Council Awards, the country’s most esteemed commercial property development awards.

“We were very pleased to work with Natural Habitats once again on the exciting ASB North Wharf Project. Their approach is always “What Is In The Best Interest Of This Project,” a philosophy that resonates well with the Fletcher view. They cost to meet the Project Budget and then follow through with a quality Install. They provide the necessary ongoing maintenance, as they are focused on the Long Term result of their landscaping contributions,” said Alan Gray, Project director for Fletcher Construction Company.

ASB North Wharf – Jasmax

Supreme Award

Best in Category for Commercial Office Property Award

Merit for Green Building Property Award

ASB North Wharf features two green screens to soften large concrete surfaces outside.

AUT Sir Paul Reeves - Jasmax

Excellence for Education and Arts Property Award

The AUT Sir Paul Reeves building utilises a green screen to create soft partition and backdrop in a busy student atrium.

Ceres Organics – Williams Architects

Best in Category for Industrial Property Award

A two storied native Green Wall graces the inside entrance of Ceres Organics head office.

Te Uru Taumatua - Jasmax

Best in Category for Green Building Property Award

The landscape planted by Natural Habitats to be a sensory learning experience with touch, colour and smell also included a large amphitheatre of turf: 6600m2.

Carlaw Park Student Village – Warren Mahoney/Boffa Miskell

Best in Category for Multi-Unit Residential Property Award

Wellsford War Memorial Library - Jasmax

Merit for Green Building Property Award

Over the past three decades Natural Habitats have won more awards than any other landscape company in New Zealand. Natural Habitats is New Zealand’s leading integrated landscape company.

They are renowned for the quality of their work and recognized for their award winning landscape design, build and care. In New Zealand, Natural Habitats are at the forefront of the movement towards green technology in architecture. To find out more visit


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