We are a well-established landscape practice, with a reputation and substantial body of work achieved over 40 years. Nevertheless, we continue to ask ourselves - how can we do things better?
We are always keen to learn about a place, get to know its story, understand its challenges and opportunities. It’s great to be part of a team that creates a vision for the future, and helps that become a reality.We enjoy engaging in a lively dialogue with colleagues and clients, through a thoughtful and collaborative approach.We want to continue to create durable and functional landscapes; interesting, rich and delightful spaces that provide a superb setting for people to live their lives…
We work comfortably across broad sectors with collective expertise and knowledge applied to civic and public realm works, masterplanning and infrastructure, rural design, education, health and wider environmental improvements.
Where people live and play is an important sector to us, and we aim to provide civilised, attractive and safe environments to live in. We recognise the importance of enabling people to reach out through green infrastructure to explore, occupy and enjoy their surroundings, in harmony with, and supporting wildlife and habitat networks.
Cairngorms National Park Entry Points
The Battle of Bannockburn
The SSE Hydro
Usher Hall, Edinburgh
North Canal Bank, Clydebank
Scottish Crime Campus
Waverley Steps, Edinburgh
Centre for the Scottish War Blinded
University of Stirling
Loch Leven Trail Entry Points
Queen's Quay, Clydebank
RE:Locate for Queen Margaret University
Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert
2013, Saltire Society, Commendation, Waverley Steps
2012, Landscape Institute Awards, Highly Commended, Cairngorms National Park Entry Points
2012, RICS Scotland Award, Design & Innovation – Centre for the Scottish War Blinded
2011, Scottish Design Award, Usher Hall Edinburgh and McManus Galleries Dundee
2009, Scottish Design Award, North Canal Bank Clydebank
2009, Roses Design Award, Excellence in Masterplan Design, Wauchope Sq, Craigmillar, Edinburgh
2009, Scottish Sustainable Communities Initiative (SSCI)
Exemplar project - Wauchope Sq, Craigmillar, Edinburgh
2009, UK Street Design Award – Best Homezone
Wauchope Sq, Craigmillar, Edinburgh
New buildings which Ian White Associates Landscape Architects have been involved in.
Scotland's New Buildings
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Heritage and nature
Signage and wayfinding