Published by Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at University of Greenwich, London

Author: victorgrennan


  • Sissinghurst Castle Garden

    Sissinghurst Castle Garden

    At the entrance to the garden rosemary bushes left to grow out of the boundaries of the allocated bed to spill over on to hard surfaces gives a feel of a mature garden/space which goes hand in hand with the mature architecture. Old York stone sits comfortably with the aged brick. The planters have some of […]

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  • Thames Barrier Park

    Thames Barrier Park

    This space starts with a wow factor. The stylish contemporary building lining up with big architecturally cut hedges with simple pine trees and gravel. All lines and form showing great dialogue and harmony between building and soft landscaping. Looking over into the old docking area from the first bridge we notice the waving curvaceous cut […]

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  • Canary Wharf Jubilee Park

    Canary Wharf Jubilee Park

    As you exit Canary Wharf tube station straight away you are hit with the beautiful lush green of new spring growth from the surrounding beech hedges. Leaves blowing softly in the breeze. Above the Redwoods rise into the sky followed by rolling, wavy natural stone walls flowing into a green oasis. The next thing you start to […]

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