Grorudparken, Oslo -  foto: Photo Tomasz-Majewski
Grorudparken, Oslo - foto: Tomasz-Majewski

People live and work in the environments that we help to create. We therefore put thought into everyday landscapes, the environments we move about in on a daily basis and which we cannot avoid. On the way to work, at the station, in the school playground, in the city square, the street where we live. We are concerned that children, adolescents, adults and older people can live in surroundings that provide a framework in which they can develop and live well. We can experience meeting and getting to know new people, if the environment allows for it. Health research shows that these environments are significant for how we develop as people. Climate change is also an integral part of our design process, and we therefore have particular concern for natural elements such as trees and water. Biodiversity, water management and flooding issues are important, and our philosophy is to strengthen and develop the ecological functions and relationships in the countryside. What's good for nature is also good for us as people!

The landscape architects in LINK Landscape form an independent landscape architect office within the company LINK Arkitektur AS. Like the Group generally, LINK Landscape is a diverse and international environment. Together, we are both international and local. All our employees speak Norwegian. We believe it is important to be present in the environments in which we work. In this way, we can deliver services based on a thorough knowledge of local conditions. Our offices have their own distinctive character, influenced by the environments of which they are a part. This provides diversity and quality for the company as a whole. Along with the other disciplines in LINK, we are a trustworthy provider of comprehensive planning and follow-up, no matter what the assignment.

The office in Kvadraturen in Oslo specialises in classical landscape architecture and urban development, and it has completed successful projects in parks and urban spaces, universities and schools, as well as river openings and several major transport and industrial projects. Together we form a committed group with solid theoretical knowledge, the ability to conduct creative concept development, and practical experience from the implementation of projects of varying scale and character. In short, we can contribute to beautiful and functional environments that take account of both the area as a whole and the requirements for sustainability.

We are one of the first landscape architecture offices that can provide BIM (Building Information Modelling). BIM means that a 3D model is prepared and that follows the project and subsequently serves as a tool for property managers.


First life, then spaces, then buildings – the other way around never works. - Jan Gehl

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First life, then spaces, then buildings – the other way around never works. - Jan Gehl