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Natural Habitats Wins at Landscapes of Distinction Awards

Natural Habitats Bestowed 15 Awards at the Landscapes of Distinction Awards 2014

Natural Habitats were thrilled to be presented with 15 Awards Saturday night at the bi-annual Landscape of Distinction Awards in Wellington.

“A successful project outcome is based on a team effort; we recognise that the whole should be greater than the sum of its parts. What sets Natural Habitats apart from other landscape companies is that by combining both our design and delivery departments, we can streamline the building of landscapes to complete a quality project on-time & within budget, without compromising the design intent. We revel in being a part of an efficient team, adding creativity to concepts or solutions to problems,” says Graham Cleary, Natural Habitats Chief Rake.

Natural Habitats winning landscapes are:

Geyser, Parnell
• Premier Award – Best Commercial Project
• Premier Award – Best Special Feature
• Gold – Garden Management

Scott, St Heliers
• Gold – Landscape design (Large Residential Project)
• Gold –Landscape construction (Large Residential Project)
• Silver – Horticulture (Large Residential Project)

Aitken, Remuera
• Silver – Landscape design (Large Residential Project)
• Silver – Landscape construction (Large Residential Project)

Eco Pillow, Port Waikato
• Bronze – Horticulture (Small Residential Project)

Natural Habitats Edible Garden
• Silver – Garden Management

Living & Learning, Henderson
• Bronze – Landscape Design (Commercial project)
• Bronze – Horticulture (Commercial project)

Fisher & Paykel, East Tamaki
• Bronze – Garden Management

Cliff Face Park, Stonefields
• Bronze – Landscape construction (Commercial Project)

Britomart East Green Wall
• Silver – Garden Management

Natural Habitats is NZ’s leading integrated landscape company, offering expertise in DESIGN, BUILD & CARE in commercial, residential, civic/infrastructure and green walls/green roofs. They are renowned for the quality of their work and over the past three decades have won more awards than any other landscape company in New Zealand.

In New Zealand, Natural Habitats are at the forefront of the movement towards green technology in architecture. To find out more visit www.naturalhabitats.co.nz.

ENDS

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