Our landscape proposals for a new hotel at the Eden Project have been submitted for planning. The design for both landscape and architecture have been carefully conceived together to integrate and blend into the surrounding environment. The scheme will provide an exciting opportunity to develop an exemplar of sustainable design, breaking new boundaries in hotel […]
Greysmith Associates have been appointed to undertake a landscape assessment of a part of the Kingston Hill campus, known as Coombehurst. The brief requires us to propose concepts for enhancement, taking into account significant ecological factors. This exciting challenge requires careful analysis o the site in order to develop a set of proposals that will […]
Greysmith Associates & AR Urbanism have been selected as joint winners of the Paddington Place competition run by Create Streets. Our entry sought to work with the existing urban grain by retaining a large proportion of the current buildings which hold significant historic value and which could be the basis of clever regeneration. Our proposal […]
Hart College in Rugeley, Staffordshire, is the amalgamation of two existing schools to form a new Academy. The two school sites sit 500m apart across a shallow valley and the merger requires provision of a new accessible pedestrian route to connect the whole campus. Greysmith Associates were commissioned to develop concept ideas for the route […]
We’re delighted that Derbyshire Street Pocket Park has won the the Landscape Institute Awards 2015 in the Design for Small Scale Development category. It is a great honour to be recognised for the team effort working in partnership with Oxford House and London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
Greysmith Associates collaborated with Plan Projects and were runner-up in a competition run jointly by Groundwork and the Landscape Institute. Our team completed two entries for ‘left-over’ unused public realm sites within the Whitechapel Urban Vision area. One of the proposals featured a community focussed food growing component and the other the conecpt that SuDs […]
Rethinking the Urban Landscape argues the case to commit investment to ‘green infrastructure’ in the early stages of city and regeneration planning. Curated by The Building Centre and the Landscape Institute, the exhibition sets out to show that with long-term landscape planning cities can become healthier, safer and happier places to be – from reduced […]
Luke Greysmith is delighted to be working with landscape architects Cookson & Tickner who offer landscape planning, design and management services. Projects are diverse and located across the UK. Luke brings design and production skills to a range of current projects. For futher information see the Cookson & Tickner website here.
Luke Greysmith was guest speaker at the recent East Shoreditch Neighbourhood Forum. He gave a presentation about the Derbyshire St Pocket Park which was well received as an example of positive chnage in the local environment. The presentation followed lively discussion about aspirations for the neighbourhood by 2030.
A shortlisted entry for the London Design Festival 2014, this proposal was a collaboration with Nicholas Alexander, creative construction professionals. The client, Camden Town Unlimited, called for ideas that utilised the rooftops of the retail units facing Camden High Street. Our concept was to introduce a (sculptural) flock of sheep which alluded to the notion […]