Durango landscape architects integrate form and function

Durango landscape architects integrate form and function

DHM Design integrates natural aesthetics with functional realities of urban settings
Walker Christensen and Ann Christensen, both of DHM Design, talk about their design at Three Springs that incorporated local sandstone, indigenous plants and wetlands in the heart of the development in Durango.
The design at Three Springs incorporated local sandstone, indigenous plants and wetlands in the heart of the development in Durango.
Ann Christensen with DHM Design sits on some of the sitting stones that have been placed around the Three Springs development in Durango. Ann Christensen led the design effort in Three Springs to marry functional utility corridors with recreational uses.
Walker Christensen and Ann Christensen, both of DHM Design, talk about their design at Three Springs. “We want to promote plans for young families to stop, and that promotes economic vibrancy,” said Ann Christensen about the firm’s work with municipalities in Southwest Colorado to enhance locales’ aesthetics and thereby their tourist-based economies.
Walker Christensen and Ann Christensen, both of DHM Design, talk about their design at Three Springs
Walker Christensen and Ann Christensen, both of DHM Design, talk about their design at Three Springs. DHM Design led the effort to plan for 50 acres of open space, including trails and wetland features, in Three Springs.

Durango landscape architects integrate form and function

Walker Christensen and Ann Christensen, both of DHM Design, talk about their design at Three Springs that incorporated local sandstone, indigenous plants and wetlands in the heart of the development in Durango.
The design at Three Springs incorporated local sandstone, indigenous plants and wetlands in the heart of the development in Durango.
Ann Christensen with DHM Design sits on some of the sitting stones that have been placed around the Three Springs development in Durango. Ann Christensen led the design effort in Three Springs to marry functional utility corridors with recreational uses.
Walker Christensen and Ann Christensen, both of DHM Design, talk about their design at Three Springs. “We want to promote plans for young families to stop, and that promotes economic vibrancy,” said Ann Christensen about the firm’s work with municipalities in Southwest Colorado to enhance locales’ aesthetics and thereby their tourist-based economies.
Walker Christensen and Ann Christensen, both of DHM Design, talk about their design at Three Springs
Walker Christensen and Ann Christensen, both of DHM Design, talk about their design at Three Springs. DHM Design led the effort to plan for 50 acres of open space, including trails and wetland features, in Three Springs.
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