Logue Land Studio creates award winning healing landscapes and bioinspired architecture to address pressing issues like human aging, physical health and land degradation. We integrate science, nature and functional design to transform your ideas into unique outdoor environments.

Logue Land Studio creates award winning healing landscapes and bioinspired architecture to address pressing issues like human aging, physical health and land degradation. Science, nature and functional design are integrated to transform your ideas into unique outdoor environments.

See How Nature Can Heal

Therapeutic outdoor spaces reduce stress and speed up recovery by

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Healthier

People learn better when regularly surrounded by nature

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Smarter

Daily “green time” inspires and motivates productivity           a

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Calmer

Healing landscapes are the future of urban wellness           a

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Happier

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

This special place offers our community the opportunity to improve physical, social, psychological and emotional health through social interaction, friendship and a sense of belonging.
Trevor Barton, Supervisor of Waste at the Region of Peel
Chair, Guelph Enabling Garden

Glynis knows her plants, she knows how to supervise a build, she definitely knows how to design, and she is very creative when it comes to solving issues. She has her own special process which makes for a highly original end result.
Wanda Fabbian, Horticulture Therapist, St. Joseph Health Centre (retired 2015)

Glynis Logue gave us more than we could have dreamed of ourselves.  She helped us to envision forest succession happening on our tiny plot of asphalted land! The school yard is transformed.
Jennifer Jupp, Director of Camp Wanapitei
Co-Chair of Parent Council, Central Public Elementary School, Guelph

Working with Glynis was a pleasure. You need to start any landscape project with a plan. It insures the project goes smoothly and Glynis is one of the best in the industry.
Trevor Garner, Owner, Landscape Plus Inc, Ariss
Contractor for the Fiddlehead Forest Learning Ground, Phase One

Glynis puts great effort into making sure each feature incorporates physical therapy and horticultural therapy interventions. Simply put, it works, it is unique, and it is beautiful.
Wanda Fabbian, Horticulture Therapist, St. Joseph Health Centre (retired 2015)

Glynis was a joy to work with — a natural collaborator with sound judgement, vast knowledge of plants and environmental issues, and she is one of the most talented, tireless, and ingenious landscape designers I have ever worked with.
Janine Marchessault, Professor and Trudeau Fellow, School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design, York University, Toronto
Curator, Land|Slide Possible Futures Exhibition

Mood Clusters was one of the favourite installations for people of all ages at Beyond the Edge: Artists Gardens 2014. It was playful, educational about healing plants, colourful, and I personally loved how it evolved and changed over the four-month exhibition. 
Mary Faught, Landscape Architect, OALA, CSLA
Curator, Beyond The Edge – Artist’s Garden Exhibition, Ottawa

Areas of Expertise

Healing Landscapes
Therapeutic Gardens
Nature-based Playgrounds
Ecological Restoration
Habitat Construction
Ponds and Stream Creation
Bioinspired Architecture
Vertical Food Gardens
Outdoor Exercise Rooms

Broad Project Support

Collaborative Visioning
Concept and Graphic Design
Master Planning
Site Drawings and Details
Project Management
Construction Oversight
Custom Fabrication
Evidence-based Research

Areas of Expertise

Healing Landscapes
Therapeutic Gardens
Nature-based Playgrounds
Ecological Restoration
Habitat Construction
Ponds and Stream Creation
Bioinspired Architecture
Vertical Food Gardens
Outdoor Exercise Rooms

Broad Project Support

Collaborative Visioning
Concept and Graphic Design
Master Planning
Site Drawings and Details
Project Management
Construction Oversight
Custom Fabrication
Evidence-based Research

Let’s Create a Healthy Future for People and the Planet

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