Design Philosophy

"Art in the landscape provides an extra dimension to spaces that would otherwise be solely dependent on plants. Using plants and art to complement each other results in multi-layered spaces that provide stimulation and engagement on many levels. It also provides an opportunity for expression on a particularly personal plane, where pieces of art, sculpture or text are chosen to reflect the individual tastes, style and personality of the landscape's users."

Neil Hobbs

Neil Hobbs

Principal Landscape Architect

Neil is a FAILA registered Landscape Architect and founding partner at Harris Hobbs Landscapes. An alumni of the University of Canberra, Neil specialises in commercial and government sector projects ranging from preliminary design through to documentation and construction. 

Neil has participated in a number of allied organisations, including membership to the Governing Council of the Gallery of Australian Design. He is twice the Past National President of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, and has served as a member of the AILA National Council for nearly a decade. 

Karina Harris

Principal Landscape Architect

Karina is an AILA registered Landscape Architect and founding partner at Harris Hobbs Landscapes. An alumni from the University of Canberra, Karina specialises in residential landscape and playground design. 

Her CV includes lecturing in design at The Canberra Institute of Technology, and is also a past President of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects ACT Chapter.

Karina's award-winning landscape designs have set the benchmark for residential gardens in the ACT, with many topping the list of house sales in recent years.

Jordan Evans-Tse

Jordan is a multi-disciplinary designer and a Canberra local who graduated from the University of Canberra in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture. 

After completing her studies, she entered the fine arts sector for several years, working for various Canberra galleries including; the Gallery of Australian Design in its former location on the southern foreshore of Lake Burley Griffin, The National Gallery of Australia, The Canberra Glassworks and as a freelance exhibition designer for shows in various Australian and international galleries.

Jordan is now employing her wide range of skills at HHL, exploring her passion for landscape and architecture.

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