Combining art and science, landscape architects design and plan useful and visually appealing outdoor spaces by combining natural beauty with site features.
See our work around Prairie Village, Kansas and the Kansas City area, Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri, and more.
Single-family homes, multi-family homes, and senior living communities stand out when surrounded by well-planned landscaping and outdoor features. Establish your own backyard getaway and outdoor community spaces for residents that not only fits within the site, but works with it to evoke an emotion or sense of peace, privacy, and luxury – or any feeling you’re trying to create.
We’ll customize your landscape to complement your home’s style, considering maintenance needs and how you’ll use the space today and in the future, from large estates to small urban lots.
Landscapes complement the architecture of business parks and mixed-use buildings and provide outdoor spaces that reflect a company’s values and benefit those who work there.
See your landscape as an amenity that combines natural beauty with useful spaces that maximize land value and aesthetics.
Planned neighborhoods provide resident amenities and meaningful landscapes. Swimming pools, clubhouses, and other shared recreational green spaces add dimension and value to landscapes.
Public art spaces, neighborhood and city markers, and walkable plazas and pedestrian zones contribute to the beauty and health of the city. Not only do these aspects of landscape denote certain areas, they contribute to the overall perception of their surroundings.
Our landscape architects are adept at working with city governments and neighborhood organizations to develop and design landscape features that follow the law and will work to resolve any outstanding issues in the way of project completion.
Our fees vary depending on scope of work, size of the project, and other factors. Contact our main office in Prairie Village, Kansas, at (913) 831-1415 to learn more about our services and contracts.
Although similarly named, a landscape architect and landscape designer complete a very different scope of work.
A landscape architect holds a formal license and can create a plan for your entire outdoor area, including structural modifications or additions. A landscape designer, however, focuses predominantly on the layout of plants, shrubs, and trees, and has a background in horticulture and a basic understanding of design principles.
Similarly, a landscaping company understands the horticultural implications of a landscape, but they do not provide the same scope of work as a landscape architect and carry out the physical labor of creating plant-based- and hardscape-based landscapes.
NSPJ Architects are licensed in 23 states and have completed work for clients around the country. We are based in Prairie Village, Kansas, near Kansas City.
For beautiful and functional outdoor spaces, work with NSPJ Architects.