Created on the regenerated site of a nineteenth century gasworks, Westergasfabriek is an award-winning multi-functional cultural space that brings together the urban and the natural realm.
Opened by HM the Queen in 2004, the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain has since attracted millions of visitors, won a series of international awards, and become one of London’s most popular attractions.
This intimate courtyard space evokes the area’s heritage at every level; from large gestures such as the steel canopy ‘floating’ on water, to details such as the paving marking the ancient boundary between land and sea.
As part of an overhaul of the Treasury’s working practices, our brief was to create a pleasant, more productive working environment and simplified layout.
Our landscape design for the public realm at New Ludgate seeks to tie the new development seamlessly into the surrounding urban fabric and character.
Located in the grounds of a ruined 13th-century Benedictine nunnery, ‘Towards Paradise’ was the first major landscape commission by the Venice Architecture Biennale.
Developed in close consultation with the community, the redevelopment of Britain's second-largest public square sought to match the quality of Europe's finest public spaces
This park eloquently weaves together the evolving cultural and recreational needs of this diverse neighbourhood, and transforms a collection of loosely related functions into a coherent communal setting with an elevated sense of place.
Situated at the western end of Shoreline Walk, Zeytouneh Square celebrates modern Beirut. The design uses the land’s existing topography to create an informal amphitheatre that is ideal for hosting events.
Developed with the local community, the landscape masterplan draws on the town’s rich architectural and military heritage to create two multi-functional, fully-accessible spaces.