On completion, Sulgrave Gardens, designed by Cartwright Pickard Architects, was largest certified Passivhaus project in London. The first mixed tenure Passivhaus scheme in the UK provides green living to people on all incomes and protects against fuel poverty.
Laurelhurst Hillside Garden, Seattle, a sunken courtyard in a sun soaked backyard which transforms a steep hillside landscape into a lush social garden at a Seattle home: outdoor design by architecture and landscape design firm Wittman Estes.
St George’s Gardens, Manchester Roof Garden by DeTrafford showcases rooftop yoga, bar and outdoor cinema: 360 visuals for project due to complete in June 2020.
Three Gardens House in Kuwait, high class property and pool in The Middle East design by AGi architects. It all started with a question: Are you able to design an outside space that can be used 365 days a year?
Kew Gardens Pavilion Bar and Grill Restaurant by Ryder Architecture: new building at world-famous Royal Botanic Gardens in London, UK, maximises views across the landscape.
Designed by EskewDumezRipple and Spackman Mossop Michaels, Miller Park is located in the heart of Chattanooga in the center of the city’s thriving Innovation District and one block from City Hall.
The Horniman Museum and Gardens appointed Studio Egret West as its Master Plan architects, to develop proposals for a series of discrete projects to support the development of the south London attraction’s estate and properties.
Shelby Farms Park Memphis building design by James Corner Field Operations and Marlon Blackwell Architects in Tennessee, USA: master plan by JCFO to revitalize the Park around the 80 acre Hyde Lake.
After huge controversy back in 2012, the city council once again seeks an architectural solution. Planning application was unanimously approved for proposal by LDA Design for enhancing the city’s Victorian park in the Denburn Valley.
Grant Associates’ designs for the Supertree Grove of Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay to feature at Expo for Design, Innovation & Technology (EDIT) in Toronto, Canada. The Supertrees will appear in ‘The Green and the Gray’, an interactive exhibition curated by international design studio Carlo Ratti Associati.
Design: Ian Barker Gardens. The front garden is traditional in layout and contains bluestone paving and a soft, romantic perennial planting palette, perfectly complementing the architecture of the heritage house.
Demolition of concrete pavilion by Tadao Ando, the only building by this celebrated Japanese architect in the UK. Manchester City Council desire to “refresh” Piccadilly Gardens, a green space in the city centre. The pavilion building and controversial wall will be replaced by larger glass and timber structure designed by Urban Edge.
The project consists of a house design by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos with a large surface area, almost like a small village that seeks to reduce its presence in the natural environment away from white architecture from vernacular populations and approaching karstic phenomena.
Design: Mecanoo architecten. The redevelopment of the Soestijk estate has a social purpose in creating a more sustainable society. An educative journey will touch all the visitors’ senses, triggering them to become more aware and conscious of the earth’s fragility.
Design: Vincent Callebaut Architectures
New images of urban renewal project limiting carbon emissions in the European Union capital. The role of architects “involves advocating for a hybrid history”, and making bold choices.
Design: Margot Krasojevic Architect
Trolleybuses are electric vehicles which makes them more environmentally friendly than fossil fuel or hydrocarbon-based vehicles when implemented in the city.
Design: Wolfgang Buttress with Tristan Simmonds & BDP, Architects. This stunning structure opens in Kew Gardens on Saturday after being centrepiece of the gold-medal winning UK Pavilion at the 2015 Milan Expo, Italy.
After huge controversy back in 2012, the city council is taking the plunge again! Architects invited to draw up a design and delivery plan for enhancing the city’s Victorian park in the Denburn Valley including an amphitheatre to allow year-round events and re-using the historic arches.