Cycling revolution

Being a cyclist makes you see the streets differently but being a landscape architect offers a completely new view of the city. Anna Sieczak Cycle revolution – an article featured in the Landscape Journal – Autumn 2020, Landscape: Green Recovery, by Landscape Institute. The article presents an overview of how our relationship with cities changedContinue reading “Cycling revolution”


CV & Portfolio: Anna’s previous works include designing and managing projects in the UK and overseas: Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. She is experienced in projects at various scales: from small-scale residential gardens and community projects to complex commercial/public realm schemes, from design to construction.  Download the CV here. A portfolio of previous works isContinue reading “CV”

Placemaking for people and nature.

Accessibility, Sustainability, Quality AS – Landscape architecture stands for accessibility, sustainability and quality. Our objective is to design inclusive, functional, and beautiful private and public places. To create designs that put users & environment first. Places that positively influence our lives. We design with the end user in mind, putting people first. All users are welcome inContinue reading “Placemaking for people and nature.”