HILLTOP WINS AT SOCAL
We are excited to announce that the 2017 SoCal Awards recently honored The Hilltop by Rancho Mission Viejo, with the “Best Community Amenity Feature” award. We are honored to have been able to play an integral role in developing and planning this award-winning project. Surrounded by the serene natural backdrop of the preserved hills and surrounding orchards, The Hilltop’s resort-style amenities are unlike anything else. Read our NEWS POST for more.
LA FLORESTA TRAIL
Perimeter trails were woven into a California-themed landscape for connections to shopping and entertainment as well as outdoor fitness and swim clubs. The trail system connects to the major community corner where Land Concern designed the setting and lighting to showcase a wind-activated kinetic art piece by artists Douglas Hollis which is a tribute to the city’s oil history. View the PORTFOLIO
Land Concern recently teamed up with renowned Ceramicist, Sculptor and Muralist; Marlo Bartels, to create 8 new art pieces for Brea’s Art in Public Places collection. Located in the heart of Shea Home’s Blackstone community, each individual art piece represents the local flora, fauna and history of the area, along a one-mile linear open space. View the PORTFOLIO
The all-new Sendero Marketplace in Rancho Mission Viejo is open for business. With ranch/farm-inspired architecture, the center is defined by the use of native stone, clean-lined furnishings, indigenous-themed paving and a riparian landscape influenced by the adjacent San Juan Creek. Land Concern’s influence on material connections and theming can be can be seen throughout the center. For more on the outdoor spaces and amenities, view the PORTFOLIO
BUILD-A-BAR – A HOW-TO GUIDE AND WHAT WAS LEARNED ALONG THE WAY
A few years ago, my wife and I bought a house in Long Beach and after doing all the interior improvements we moved to the backyard to improve the outdoor spaces with some do it yourself (DIY) projects. READ OUR BLOG
ARTFUL AMENITIES MAKE THE PLACE
As the Lead Landscape Architect, Land Concern has assisted Rancho Mission Viejo in developing highly successful communities such as Rancho Santa Margarita, Las Flores, Ladera Ranch, Sendero and the latest community, Esencia. Continuing their legacy of designing unique recreational amenities, five new amenities for a diverse population are about to be unveiled in Esencia. READ OUR NEWS
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