Megan Walker


Kaihoahoa Whenua | Landscape Architect
Kaiwhiri | Associate Principal

I specialise in the design of public spaces, community facilities, commercial landscapes and streetscapes. I strongly believe in the role of landscape architecture to create simple, intuitive designs that enhance social and environmental outcomes. With experience in CPTED and accessibility, I incorporate these principles into each step of the design process.

Sustainability is fundamental to my approach, and I am passionate about supporting towns and cities to transition to low-carbon transportation and adopt water-sensitive design principles. Working across Aotearoa, I have contributed to projects such as Christchurch's Metro Sports Facility, the Let’s Get Wellington Moving Golden Mile and City Streets Business Cases and the Napier Civic Precinct.

With strong graphic communication skills, I have led the production of public engagement packages, and enjoy simplifying complex information into compelling visual representations to help people understand key ideas. Collaboration is integral to my work, I usually work within multidisciplinary teams supporting developers, community groups, iwi, and local and central government agencies to deliver projects with meaningful outcomes.


Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Hons), Lincoln University, NZ
Bachelor of Arts (Sociology), University of Canterbury, NZ


Registered Member, New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects (NZILA)