Four proposals inspired by a creative dialogue between France and New Zealand will undergo further consideration from a jury made of French and New Zealand members before the winning design is announced in November. An exceptional 43 entries were submitted by New Zealand and international teams in response to an | Read More
Last November we were proud to attend the opening ceremony of the Muslim Burial Ground Peace Garden at Horsell Common, Woking by HRH The Earl of Wessex. We became involved as the garden’s designers in 2013. Some of you may have seen the BBC 1 programme ‘Britain’s Muslim Soldiers’ | Read More
LUC – Independent planning, landscape design and ecology consultancy, has reported 6.2% growth and a four-fold increase in pre-tax profit in the year ended 31 December 2015, taking its turnover to approximately £7.5 million as it enters its 50th anniversary year. LUC was one of the first multi-disciplinary environmental consultancies | Read More
OKRA, in collaboration with Buro Happold, SWA and Tomato, have been selected as design team to transform the station area of Kingston, London. The regeneration of the station area is part of the Mini Holland project. A project to promote cycling, integrate cycling into public space and provide better facilities | Read More
Silver Sands was commissioned in early 2014, after the successful completion of another detached house in Kent by the same client and architect. The architects were asked to put together proposals for a site next to the busy Thanet Way in Kent. A brownfield site, it contained a number of | Read More
Appletons were appointed as part of a design team to prepare a package of work to construct an orangery, additional accommodation, office and garage within the curtilage of an historic farm house building on the edge of the West Lancashire Pennine Moors near Belmont and within a Conservation Area.
Located in a magical place in the Arctic North of Sweden, where the sun never sets at the height of summer and never rises in the depths of winter, is a city that must move. In the urban settlement of Kiruna, White Arkitekter is working with the 18,200 people to | Read More
Last week a new water square was opened in the Dutch city of Tiel (NL), designed by Dutch based office for urban design and landscape architecture De Urbanisten. While representatives of City of Tiel, the waterboard Rivierenland and the Province of Gelderland officially opened the square, children took over the | Read More
With the development of the Quickscan Beykoz, an initial but substantial, step was taken towards the integrated protection and development of the Riva valley in Beykoz Municipality, Istanbul.
On 12 June 2009 ownership of a large part of the Soesterberg Air Base was transferred to Utrecht province. With the departure of the Airforce, the opportunity arose for building both an ecological and a recreational bridge between the northern and southern half of the “Heuvelrug”. Commissioned by the concerned | Read More