Design: John McAslan + Partners (JMP)
The design is a contemporary re-interpretation of the essential characteristics of a tropical plant leaf structure, integrating architecture and landscape to provide a holistic approach for the site. The building is based around a gridshell roof structure which engages lightly with a landscaped mounded base mediating between the internal and external landscaping.
Design: Cartwright Pickard Architects
At the time of completion, Sulgrave Gardens is the biggest certified Passivhaus project in London, and the first mixed tenure Passivhaus scheme in the UK, providing green living to people on all incomes and protecting against fuel poverty.
Design: Colwyn Foulkes & Partners
Colwyn Foulkes & Partners have received planning consent from the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea for a new luxury residence on Palace Green, London W8. Conscious of the architectural quality of the neighbouring Kensington Palace, the external façade will have classical detailing and use bespoke materials. The 22,000 sq ft home will be the first new build at Kensington Palace Gardens for over 100 years and has been designed to achieve level 4 for Code for Sustainable homes.
Heated conservatory at the Botanical Gardens, Aarhus, Denmark, design by C. F. Møller Architekten – transparent roofing made of ETFE foil cushions with an interior pneumatic shading system planned by formTL and C. F. Møller Architekten the building “is like a drop of dew in its green surroundings”.
Tollgate Gardens in Maida Vale, London
BDP has secured detail planning consent for its competition winning housing and regeneration project at Tollgate Gardens in Maida Vale, London. The redevelopment of the 1960s estate forms the first step in Westminster City Council’s ambitious Housing Renewal Strategy.
Cooled Conservatories at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore Wins World Building of the Year at World Architecture Festival Awards 2012: Largest climate-controlled glasshouses in the world help transform Singapore into a ‘City in a Garden’.
Union Terrace Gardens proposal news – Aberdeen City Centre Proposals, Scotland – Referendum + Designs + Winner: 13 Sep 2016 – LDA Design selected to draw up detailed design proposals.
New Union Terrace Gardens Proposals, a major renovation, unveiled: Architects Halliday Fraser Munro, working with Aberdeen City Council, has come up with a design which would see the gardens partly raised but remain sunken.
The urban plan for the “Quiet Downtown” Belgorod puts together the best ingredients of the living atmospheres of world class cities to create a new mix unique to Belgorod.
Design: Kollgata Arkitektúr
To commemorate the 150 year birthday of the township of Akureyri the city council decided to commission a cafe for the gardens. The site was at the center of the gardens, allowing for a 150m² building footprint.
St John the Baptist Churchyard Chipping Barnet, Development, Location, Architecture Chipping Barnet Church Gardens New London Landscape, England, UK – design by Metropolitan Workshop 20 Nov 2012 Chipping Barnet Church Gardens Metropolitan Workshop completes Chipping Barnet Church Gardens Design: Metropolitan Workshop Location: North London Metropolitan Workshop has completed work on St John the Baptist Churchyard,…
Insurance branch visitor information center Untamed is the result of a collaborative process between a sculptor, writer and an architect.
Jubilee Gardens London, South Bank Park, Design, News, Photo Jubilee Gardens, London South Bank Landscape: Arts Development, England – design by West 8 21 Jan 2012 Jubilee Gardens South Bank, central London 2006- Design: West 8 Urban Design & Landscape Architecture Jubilee Gardens Work is well under way on Jubilee Gardens and important milestones have…
The International Design Competition for the Aberdeen City Garden Project has attracted some of the leading lights of the architectural world. An impressive fifty-five submissions were received by the competition organisers, Malcolm Reading Consultants.