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Meaghan Hunter

Meaghan Hunter
Creativity and design have surrounded Meaghan since childhood. Growing up, her grandfather spent time designing and building their cabin, and it helped inspire her from an early age concerning the direction she wanted to take her career. After graduating from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Masters of Landscape Architecture, Meaghan brought her thoughtful, creative and highly detailed urban and landscape designs to Nadi, and helping lead the team to several design awards. It’s no surprise that her ingenuity has made her the firm’s leader for public space and land art. She approaches every project with a balance between environmental sensitivity, community connection, artistic beauty and economic viability through the seamless integration of landscape, art and architecture.

Recent Posts

November 18, 2020

How the camping industry can sustain its growth in a post-pandemic world?

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General

June 29, 2020

Climate change and COVID-19: Key takeaways for land-use planning

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February 24, 2020

Designing urban neighbourhoods for tiny living

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Innovative Housing Solutions

December 05, 2019

Three examples of tactical urbanism that enhanced public spaces

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Public Space and Land Art

July 29, 2019

The transformative power of tactical urbanism

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Public Space and Land Art

April 15, 2019

The trials and tribulations of a wannabe urban gardener

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Green Infrastructure

February 19, 2019

Three ways landscape architects can play with water

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Public Space and Land Art

January 21, 2019

Why water is a landscape architect's secret weapon

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Public Space and Land Art

November 05, 2018

That park is garbage (don't worry, it's a good thing)

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Public Space and Land Art

August 14, 2018

Kildonan Park Duck Pond, Bokeh: A mini case study on light art

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Public Space and Land Art