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Landscape Architecture | Urban Design | Master Planning | Strategic & Spatial Planning

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About Us

Hatch Design is South Australia's leading regionally focused practice, we blend creative nous and a human touch in landscape architecture, urban design, placemaking, and master planning. Small or large, close or far, we thrive on collaboration, innovation, and building resilient, connected, inclusive, and sustainable communities and places. Together, we connect people to places

We approach design by understanding how people use spaces and interact with one another. Through shared conversations,
knowledge exchange and a willingness to ‘unlearn’, we cultivate co-design relationships that form a joint sense of ownership and commitment to every project. As a result, our work responds to needs before trends.
 
For us, challenges are opportunities, not limitations. We approach every opportunity with an open question rather than a preconceived answer. We will sit beside you to break down the issues, understand the ‘why’, and put them back together,
better. Our experience and intuition help navigate diverse project journeys to balance big ideas with pragmatic considerations.
 
Regardless of distance, we create opportunities to connect  with regional, rural and remote communities. Whether you are north of Glendambo  (595 km N of Adelaide), west of Buckleboo (313 km NW of Adelaide), or anywhere else, we are equipped with a mobile design studio and will quite literally bring our studio to you to facilitate the hands on, locally grounded design process your community deserves.
 
Human beings are storytellers from the earliest days of our lives. Stories and shared experiences are how we articulate our view of the world - past, present, and imagined futures. This endures in the creation of meaningful spaces, and we embrace opportunities to embed cultural and community values, histories and stories as part of the design process. Every place has its own story, and we believe that is worth sharing. 
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