We love crisp mornings on the job site and the satisfaction of solving the “unsolvable” challenge. We love discovering just the right materials to reflect the personality and lifestyle of a family. We love to work with clients who are engaged in the design process and value a job done with excellence from beginning to end.
A truly beautiful landscape is one that functions flawlessly, from positive drainage to water conservation, from a shaded lunch spot to a bonfire hideaway. Your outdoor space should be an extension of you and your home. We ask specific questions to understand your daily routines and needs, so your new space feels perfectly natural and something you can be proud of.
True Scape Design was founded in order to simplify the complicated relationship between concept and reality. We use our installation knowledge to create viable designs that stay on budget, but we remain open to new inspirations even after an installation is underway. We navigate projects through the rules, regulations, and roadblocks from first imaginings to finishing touches.
Our work transforms the face of our city, and we strive to make your home the highlight of your neighbors’ daily stroll. We strive constantly to learn the ins and outs of every complicated building code and city rule, so we can keep the neighbors and inspectors happy while bringing new ideas to life.
Innovation reigns supreme at True Scape Design. From the latest technology to an inspiring color combination, we’re open to discovering and defining what’s next. We work with builders and homeowners who want to push landscape design forward into something new and refreshing. Our primary focus is in the development of modern or contemporary landscapes.
Houzz Review from Codi Nelson Nate and the team at True Scape Designs are amazing to work with. Top-notch customer service and excellent at what they do. Highly recommended!
Houzz Review from Megan Fitzgerald I had a great experience working with the True Scape Design team to renovate the back yard of my townhome. This was a small, awkward, overgrown space that Joe’s team helped to make into a nice, livable backyard. They listened to what I wanted and