Commercial Landscape Designs
Britannia Hotel Redevelopment | Williamstown
The historic two-storey Britannia Hotel was originally built around 1910 when patronized corner hotels abounded in Williamstown. In the last few years, it has been sympathetically restored in recognition of its heritage status; as part of the Nelson Place residential development.
Infinity Landscape Architects designed courtyard spaces to the rear of the hotel to enhance the exterior space of the proposed sales suites.
Factory, Warehouse & Distribution Centres | Victoria
Infinity Landscape Architects has designed commercial landscapes in numerous industrial precincts around Melbourne including Altona, Bayswater, Boronia, Campbellfield, Croydon, Derrimut, Epping, Laverton, Ferntree Gully and Ravenhall.
Greenhouse Developments | Lara & Little River
Working in conjunction with the project’s Town Planner, our design team provided suitable design responses to City of Geelong Planning Permit conditions, thus obtaining successful outcomes for both our client’s projects.
Hungry Jacks | Horsham & Mount Waverley
The standard of landscapes outside the likes of KFC, McDonald’s and Hungry Jack’s continues to improve as does that of the overall visitor experience. The aim for our Hungry Jack’s projects was to design commercial landscapes that look great throughout the year, but with limited maintenance requirements.
Our expert knowledge in selecting the most suitable Australian native plants and quality materials was pivotal to achieving this goal.
Self Storage Facilities | Altona & Newport
Colour rendered landscape plans were deemed necessary to effectively display our design intent to council.
The Vineyard Restaurant | St Kilda
Plans for a major transformation of the Vineyard Restaurant included multi-level eating areas bordered by planter boxes of edible plants that could supplement kitchen ingredients.
Due to the proximity to Port Phillip Bay, salt tolerant clipped hedges including Bay, Box, and Olive were chosen to shelter kitchen herbs.