Manifest Reality originally began providing landscape design as a part of our 3D architectural visualization work. Many clients needed visualization work for their land development projects but did not yet have a landscape design prepared. More recently we have begun offering landscape design services for commercial and residential projects independently of our viz work. Some of our most recent projects are collected below.

Albany Health and Rehabilitation
TLC hired Manifest Reality to produce landscape and hardscape design for their health and rehabilitation center in Albany, IN. An addition which was being added created space for a courtyard, and interest was expressed in designing a space for outdoor physical therapy, as well as engaging areas for enrichment, exercise, and relaxation.
March, 2022
landscape design, hardscape design, therapy garden, sensory garden
Creekside Health & Rehabilitation
Exterior landscape design and landscape and hardscape design for two courtyard spaces for a new rehabilitation facility in Indianapolis.
August, 2015
landscape design, hardscape design, therapy garden, sensory garden, butterfly garden
Homeview Center of Franklin, IN
Landscape design for an addition to an existing health and rehabilitation facility as well as design of a courtyard therapy garden and two additional courtyard recreational spaces.
June, 2017
landscape design, hardscape design, therapy garden, sensory garden, butterfly garden
FMC of Milford, OH
Landscape design for a Fresenius Medical Care clinic. Landscaping around the building had to meet local zoning codes as well as complement the look of the building.
June, 2014
landscape design
FMC of Toledo, OH
Landscape design for a Fresenius Medical Care clinic. Landscaping around the building had to meet local zoning codes as well as complement the look of the building.
February, 2016
landscape design
FMC of Gahanna, OH
Landscape design for a Fresenius Medical Care clinic. Landscaping around the building had to meet local zoning codes as well as complement the look of the building.
December, 2015
landscape design
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