everything is subject to change.

mission


We are creatives designing experiences through resilient architectural landscapes.


vision


We envision a world where creativity leads great social and environmental change.


guiding principles


Exploration

Collaboration

Mutual Respect

Craftsmanship

Gratitude

about


dwg. was established in 2010 by Daniel Woodroffe in Austin, Texas after many years of national and international experience in landscape architecture. The firm is passionate about urbanism, positioning the landscape as green infrastructure and designing solutions that encourage social and environmental change.

Our firm is focused on urban architectural landscapes, targeting our efforts at projects within high growth urban areas, which results in an expertise in all aspects of urban design. We are leaders in sustainable and low-impact development and collaborate with design teams and stakeholders to successfully implement project visions.

In a little more than seven years, the studio has grown to a staff of 24 experts in urban architectural landscapes, civic infrastructure and sustainable design, including 10 registered landscape architects.

dwg. attributes our success to repeat clientele and client referrals, valuable and meaningful community involvement, our innovative and collaborative process and (last but certainly not least) our fun and talented staff of designers.



September 22, 2017

waterloo park groundbreaking

On Wednesday, September 20, Waller Creek Conservancy, in partnership with the City of Austin, celebrated the official groundbreaking of the Waller Creek project at Waterloo Park. The Waller Creek project is a chain of urban parks […]
September 20, 2017

park(ing) day 2017 success

The 2017 PARK(ing) Day event was held on Friday, September 15. Austin boasted seven different parking spot transformations throughout downtown, conceptualized and implemented by landscape architects, architects and a variety of other tactical urbanism advocates. Volunteers […]
September 8, 2017

park(ing) day 2017

PARK(ing) Day is an annual, open-source, global event where artists, designers, and activists transform parking spots into PARK(ing) Spaces: temporary public parks . These spaces are reinvented to generate public engagement and critical dialogue on the […]
September 1, 2017

guiding principle: gratitude

Written by Miles Payton, Summer Intern As my summer at dwg. comes to a close, I’m left with what is now one of the firm’s guiding principles: gratitude. Gratitude to dwg. and all my colleagues for […]