Landscapes help a building to sit comfortably within its setting.
They connect people to the outside, affecting how they feel and interact. From healing gardens to outdoor learning spaces, landscapes play a key role in promoting wellbeing and engagement.
We work with local communities, creating places that encourage activity and stimulate the senses. Places which are accessible and inclusive.
We’re always conscious of our impact on the environment, and nature-based solutions – such as native planting and sustainable drainage systems – are integral to our work.
As a Landscape Institute registered practice, we offer landscape design as a standalone service, and as an additional service supporting our architectural work.
News | 26th May 2023
Last night our landmark research building for the University of Leeds was announced a winner at the RIBA Yorkshire awards. The project breathes new life into the Grade II* listed Old Mining Building and provides the wider University community with a new gateway to the understanding and research of physical science. The new facility includes […]
Insights | 16th March 2022
Our head of landscape Claire Hunt visited Glasgow for COP26 in November – here, she reflects on her experiences in a short video.
Insights | 9th December 2021
At the end of September the Sir William Henry Bragg Building at the University of Leeds opened its doors to students, staff and visitors. We went back to visit the building and to speak to some of the people who will be using the building day-to-day. The video can be viewed below.