Paddock is an award-winning landscape architectural practice passionate about designing and creating fun and meaningful places. We are a fun, young and creative design studio based in Sydney.
We focus on creating public open spaces that contribute to the social and environmental wellbeing of communities and the urban fabric of our city spaces. We emphasise the importance of a contextually appropriate, environmentally responsive design outcome of the highest quality that heightens an understanding of place within a cultural, social and environmental framework.
Our work encompasses significant public realm projects, urban renewal projects, master planned communities, regional parklands, small scale interventions and private residential gardens.
David Warwick is a Registered Landscape Architect with extensive experience in landscape architecture and urban design working for the private sector. Combining his passion for travel and exploring new landscapes, he was educated in Australia and Canada and has since continued to work throughout Australia and abroad.
His experience in the field has encompassed private residential gardens, small scale interventions, master planned communities, playspaces, regional parklands and significant public realm projects. Of note, his experience has included significant city-center renewal projects within South Bank Brisbane, Parramatta Western Sydney and regional parklands and playspaces within Western Sydney.
His meticulous work ethic and flexible approach to management and coordination with multidisciplinary design teams has led to success on a variety of projects, and his work has been recognised with numerous State and National awards.
David’s capabilities include full delivery of a project from initiation, conceptual design through to detailed design, contract administration and project management.
David was a juror for the 2018 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects National Landscape Architectural Awards and is an active member within the institute, being appointed to National Committees.