Peter Hillman is a registered landscape architect with extensive experience working on complex projects as part of large, multidisciplinary teams.

His expertise spans the entire design process – from master planning to implementation and delivery – and includes concept plan design, detailed design, visual impact assessments, water-sensitive urban design, and documentation and contract administration. He takes a holistic and integrated approach to each project, while also considering influences beyond the boundary of the project site. Peter enjoys collaborating with other consultants, and is passionate about developing vibrant, site-responsive solutions that aren’t formulaic.

Peter’s career highlights include developing landscape design components for the master plan of the Murdoch University South Street campus in Perth; for the Lathlain Precinct Redevelopment Project, which will provide community parklands and a training facility for the West Coast Eagles Football Club; and for the Fiona Stanley Hospital, incorporating internal gardens, parklands throughout the hospital and a constructed wetland.

I try to deliver genuine, site-responsive solutions that are intuitively flexible, providing a platform for people to interact. Interaction and activity abound when spaces truly come alive.