Funny story about this project.
I was working for Strata a while back, and Land Arc West was one of our clients. We'd been working on a huge and total rebranding of the company from the ground up. I don't mind telling you, they were extremely difficult. We must've made 50 logos for them. But the logos aren't what's important. What's important is this website.
I began building this site around many of the design elements we'd settled upon, including the logo (seen on this design) and a brochure. I designed it and began coding the AS for the thing. At some point, I posted a screenshot here on dA of my progress. A few weeks later, they found it and flipped their lids.
They weren't mad that the design was posted online, though. Not really. They really just wanted an excuse to back out of their contract, and so while I scrambled to get the deviation taken down, the owners of the agency I worked for tried to convince Land Arc West to finish the project off.
So anyway, here's the design I built. I designed it to focus on the beautiful photography of their projects.
You can also visit the unfinished website at [link]
. All AS and design was by me.
(Land Arc West is a name derived from the words Landscape Architecture West...they just trimmed it down so it could be personalized).