The Landscape architect has the ability to improve our human experiences by the design of integrated communities and the creation of uplifting places which enable us to connect with our shared urban and rural environments.
As a design focused company of landscape architects located in central London, we bring an imaginative and pragmatic design approach to each project we encounter. Our landscape architects thrive on the challenge of working as part of complex multi disciplinary design teams and believe that elegant landscape design solutions are achieved through the application of the intellect and the imagination. Our aim is to provide clients with landscape design solutions that are elegant, attractive and create meaningful public and private spaces. A landscape design should enhance the setting of any surrounding architecture, fulfill any technical requirements and stitch the development site seamlessly into its surrounding context. Our landscape architect’s experience includes all areas of landscape design and we are able to deliver all of the Landscape Institute’s Work Stages.
19th February 2016
Work has now well underway on F R Holdings Garlick Hill Hotel site located in the City of London. This site is to accommodate a seven floor boutique hotel with a roof top restaurant and associated dining terrace which will claim stunning views of the City of London. Our landscape architects are working closely with the architects, interior designers and structural engineers to create a landscape design for the roof space which will feel intimate and comfortable whilst still maintaining those panoramic views of the City of London, including St Paul’s Cathedral and The Shard. In addition to the roof top garden our landscape architect’s scope includes the design of numerous landscape accents at every level of the hotel’s internal spaces. The hotel is due to open to the public in late 2017.
08th February 2016
We are pleased to announce our landscape architect’s masterplan and supplementary information has been submitted to South Cambridge District Council and Cambridge City Council as part of a detailed planning submission for a new building and associated facilities on this 1.1Ha site located within St John’s Innovation Park, Cambridge. Working closely with the architect and engineers our landscape design accommodates planted swales and permeable paving as part of the site’s Sustainable Urban Drainage Strategy (SUDS). Parking, vehicular running surfaces, pedestrian footpaths, amenity spaces and structural planting all formed part of our remit. Once Planning Consent is given our landscape architects will proceed with the production of a tender package of information for the external works.
30th September 2015
The external works are now complete on a new shopping store for Aldi in Gershwin Park, Witham. This 1Ha site contains the store along its north boundary with associated car parking to its south. Our landscape architect’s masterplan incorporated a significant buffer strip of planting to the south and west of the car park to afford screening from the public realm and adjacent highway. Our landscape architects worked closely with the engineer to resolve the levels interface between the existing and proposed ground conditions. This ensured DDA compliant access was incorporated into our landscape design and falls were appropriate for surface water drainage. This store is due for opening in November 2015.
16th September 2015
Work has now started on Galliard Homes’ Silver Works site in Colindale, north London. This 1.1Ha site is to contain a mixture of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments and a number of 4 bedroom town houses. Associated with these 182 dwellings, our landscape design incorporates parking (above and below ground), play areas, communal garden and private gardens. Our landscape architects have worked closely with the client’s design team to achieve the successful sign off all landscape architect’s pre commencement Conditions. Our landscape architect’s masterplan and construction package of information is now being implemented and the project is due for completion in spring 2017.