ABOUT

Archiverde, LLC was formed in March 2007 by Bill Bibb and Brian Mcdonald, longtime friends and associates. For the past 10 years we have concentrated on specialized practice in exterior design of high-end residential projects, lake houses, and ranches. Through recent expansion and Brian returning from the Asia market, we have added our portfolio of services to include mulit-family residential, commercial, and hotel/resort projects.

Every project has different opportunity and constraints, therefore, every solution must be different. Our ultimate goal is to provide each project with an original design idea, compatible to the context and function of the site and architecture. The uniqueness of Archiverde is its principals, Bill and Brian, are intimately involved in the daily design and decision making process for every project.

Regardless of the project size, Archiverde uses a traditional landscape architecture design process. This process includes: initial consultation, site analysis, conceptual design, estimate of probable cost, design development, construction documents, bidding, construction administration, and post project evaluation. To learn more about this process, see the PROCESS page.

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PRINCIPLES

William Bibb, ASLA
M.L.A. 1988, University of Colorado
B.S.L.A. 1986, University of Texas Arlington

BibbMr. Bibb has been a licensed landscape architect for over 26 years and practices in California and Texas. He has worked for POD Sasaki and Peridian which are both international design firms. He was introduced to his passion for residential design by Naud Burnett in Dallas, Texas, with whom he has worked on numerous projects.

Brian McDonald, ASLA
M.L.A 1984, University of Texas at Arlington
B.S.L.A. 1981, University of Texas Arlington

McDonaldMr. McDonald has been a licensed landscape architect for over 28 years and is a published author of the subject. He has completed projects in California, Texas, and Asia. He currently serves as a consultant to Archiverde and frequently travels overseas for research and new design ideas.

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