| PROJECT PHOTOGRAPHS
2- Mamba village
Parklands sport club
Riverside office park
LARIAK LANDSCAPES LTD
Landscapes Ltd is a firm offering independent Landscape Architecture, Environmental
planning and Management services from inception to implementation. The firm was established in 1991 as Lariak
Consultants and is located at Davard House, Cedar Road in Westlands. The firm has completed many projects of
varied magnitude while others are on going.
- To Create and maintain landscapes of distinction
while showing sensitivity to the environment;
and deliver value to clients;
- Build the profile
of landscape architecture in the region;
and nurture a creative and respectful work environment
where team spirit is encouraged and individuals are
empowered to make decisions and take pride in their
EQUIPMENT AND RESOURCES
Landscapes Ltd office is equipped with modern in-house computing
facilities comprising of AutoCAD Release 2000 and Archicad Studio.
In addition, we have A1 size plotters, several word processors
and photocopier of high quality for efficient document presentation.
With this up-to-date equipment, Lariak Landscapes Ltd is capable
of high productivity and high quality in an efficient manner.
addition, the firm landscape maintenance department has a plant
nursery constituting of numerous plant varieties situated in
Kileleshwa. This department is fully equipped with
landscape construction tools.
- Upper Hill Medical Centre- Mumias Sugar Company.-
U.S Embassy.- Central Bank of Kenya. -1- Nairobi
Mamba Village.-Total Oil Products (EA). -The Royal Saudi Arabia
Embassy. - Kenya Airways Ltd. - Landmark Hotel. - Hillcrest
Preparatory School. - Peponi School. - Cooperative Insurance
Company Ltd - National Security Intelligence Service- National
Hospital Insurance Fund - Keekorok Lodges.- Japanese Chancery
- Multiple Hauliers Ltd - Jomo Kenyatta Intl Airport -
High Point Hotel - UAP Insurance Co. Ltd - Oxford University
Press, East Africa. -Saj Ceramics
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE-Nairobi Mamba Village: By Architectural
association of Kenya (AAK) during AAK 40th anniversary celebration
2 on metropolis beyond vision 2030 held at KICC 12th -14th June