What we do...

Palm Landscape is an independent consultant providing professional landscape design services. We work for the benefit of our customers and always actively improve the environment to contribute to the prosperity of the community. We plan for customers to develop the landscape of their projects while ensuring that they are in an appropriate budget plan. Our designing process is calculated to ensure the design's quality is at the highest level. Services which Palm Landscape provides include:

  • Concept Design
  • Schematic Design
  • Design Development
  • Construction Documents

Each landscape has different types of terrain, vegetation cover, and land use. The components and structures of the landscape are crucial to the conservation of our natural resources and the sustainable use of our living space. At Palm, we carefully study each component and landscape structure to ensure that when they interact, they will create a friendly space and sustainable development. And also the works must meet the customer expectations in each project and bring the best possible return on their investment. The main components of the landscape include:


Hardscape includes inanimate elements of the landscape in which characteristics do not change over time if there is no impact on them. Notably, the categories in the construction of brick or wood and also water elements, these are the main elements of the landscape. Specifically, as the name is called, “Hardscape” refers to hard materials such as brick, wood, metal, etc. Hardscape can be: Retaining wall, yard, fence and shelter, stairs. Tasks that people do in such landscapes are often called “Hardscape Projects” or “Hardscaping”.


The term “Softscape” contrasts with Hardscape. Softscape refers to all living elements, describes the life of plants that may be a lawn; they do not retain their shapes, but they change. When Softscape adapts to the climate, it will grow continuously and change your landscape over time. Softscape is all plants and green trees.

Water feature

In landscape architecture, the term “Water features” represents the features of water, which may be fountains, lakes, waterfalls, and springs. Before the 18th century, they were often supported by natural gravity like the famous hanging garden of Babylon. The features of ancient water are equipped with gravity, human or animal power to pump water. Since the 18th century, most of the features of water have been provided with pumps and electricity. Nowadays, innovative designs use solar energy, which brings environmental benefits and reduces power lines in the landscape. Modern water features are often closed, recirculating, and it is possible to use recycled water from ponds, lakes, and rainwater. Most of the water features are electronically controlled from the simple to the sophisticated computerized controls to synchronize music with water and light. Water features often bring additional benefits to the project such as reducing noise pollution, increasing humidity in dry areas, and improving air quality.

Landscape Lighting

Since the age of the ancient, landscape architecture is illuminated by light from woods, candles, vegetable oil, and lanterns. Since the 19th century, electric lighting has become part of the landscape design function. With increasing requirements for lighting efficiency, LED lights have been widely used to increasing sustainability, aesthetics, and safety in landscape design. They are also applying solar energy and low voltage design; energy-saving lamps are examples of innovation in this field.

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