At every scale our work is about ‘place-making’, considering landscape design as integral to the overall architectural vision. Our landscape designs range from delicate horticulture to the engineering of dock edges and large-scale earth moving, and in every project we aim to add economic and social value to the wider environment. Nowhere is this more evident than in our work at the urban scale, where the spatial framework of parks and gardens, streets and squares helps to organise neighbourhoods and transform the value of land.

We create settings for both public and private events, such spaces are an essential part of the fabric of civilized life.

Thames Barrier Park

London 2001

Eastside City Park

Birmingham 2013

Royal Victoria Square

London 2001

Canary Wharf Footbridge

London 2004

Jubilee Park

London 2000

Sneinton Market Square

Nottingham 2012

Putney Wharf Riverside

London 2003

Imperial War Museum

Salford 2009

Burgess Park

London 2009

Old Market Square

Nottingham 2004

Penarth Headland

Cardiff Bay 2005

Pontoon Dock

London 2008

Short Blue Place

Barking, London 2013

Earls Court Public Realm

London 2012