We are pleased to announce that Tom Johnson and Bobby Browne have passed their exam and are now fully Chartered Landscape Architects.
Our recent projects involving rooftop design work for Southwark Borough Council have now reached practical completion. The landscape schemes at four primary schools; Albion, Belham, Charles Dickens and Robert Browning, all involved the creation of exciting rooftop spaces for staff and students to enjoy.
We are pleased to release a drone video of our work at Hunstanton Heritage Gardens. Read more
We are very proud to have been part of the design teams for three projects that have just won 2018 RIBA London regional awards. Read more
We are pleased to announce four new projects to continue our work with the University of Essex, Colchester campus. Read more
Olympic medallist and reigning world champion diver, Tom Daley, officially opened Marlborough Sports Garden on Wednesday. Read more
Work has now finished at Marlborough Sports Garden close to London Bridge, Southwark. The multi-sport facility is already in use (see picture above) with a celebrity guest confirmed for a grand opening scheduled for Wednesday 16th May. Read more
This week the Wynne-Williams team ventured to the Suffolk coast for our customary summer outing. Read more
Our three master’s students exhibited their final projects as part of the Writtle University College MA Degree Show this week. The exhibition was the culmination of months of hard work and was a chance for Lucy, Tom and Bobby to share their projects with industry professionals, family and friends. Read more
Our graduate landscape designer and part-time master’s student, Tom Johnson, recently attended a talk organised by RIBA to discuss the future role of green infrastructure in landscape design. The panel debate, held at the ALUK design studio in London, was part of the ‘Cities’ series which sought to explore solutions to the challenges that cities will face in the near future.