Located at the gateway to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, International Quarter London is one of London’s most exciting new developments
Following the demolition of two existing towers, Taikoo Place will create an inclusive open space which includes lush native vegetation and sculptural water features.
This 4,400-hectare public park and visitor centre aims to celebrate and protect the cultural and environmental riches of a unique gravel plain in the uplands at the base of Jebel Hafeet Mountain.
Won in international competition in 2006, the 33-hectare park offers dramatic views of Singapore’s skyline as well as supporting a range of water-sport and cultural facilities.
Our proposals for a 185ha brownfield site in the Thames Gateway seek to create a collection of open spaces including large parks, green corridors, public squares, communal courtyards, streets and private gardens.
This design creates a pedestrianised infrastructure within the city where people feel comfortable and safe in what is currently a hot, car-orientated and polluted environment.
Our masterplan proposal provide a permeable, open and publicly accessible development for the existing and proposed communities, whilst allowing for the development of 250,000m2 of floor area.
Our competition-winning design for the landscape at Battersea Power Station integrated the power station’s post-industrial monolithic structure into a contemporary, accessible and multi-functional public park.
Our landscape design for a new sports centre outside Paris embodies our belief that parks are the foundation of the truly sustainable city and contribute positively to the health and wellbeing of residents and visitors.
Our proposals for Singapore’s Jurong Lake Gardens embody the aims of embracing change and preserving heritage within the overarching design.
Located in the centre of Abu Dhabi, this 16ha site encompasses some of the country’s most significant heritage buildings: most notably the Qasr Al Hosn Fort, an early example of Emirati Culture.
Our design evolved from understanding the strengths and weaknesses of the existing lattice work pylon to create a new design that fits sensitively within the UK countryside.
Culture + Heritage
Parks + Gardens