Parks and green spaces case studies
The redevelopment of Mowbray Park in Sunderland has reinstated original Victorian features but also introduced modern facilities such as a skateboarding park. Designed by the City of Sunderland.
Port Marine has the feel of an urban village, with houses of different styles grouped around parks and squares. Masterplan by Llewelyn Davies and BBA Architects.
Local people were involved in the development of Hulme Park, a large area of green space and sports facilities which connects Hulme to Manchester city centre. Designed by Landscape Projects.
In Manchester's Millennium Quarter, green spaces and pedestrianised zones unite an area of modern retail developments, cultural attractions and historic buildings. Designed by EDAW.
The metalwork and stonework in Sheffield Peace Gardens reflect the city's tradition of high-quality craftsmanship and manufacturing. Designed by Sheffield City Council .
Dramatic height of the hanging sculpture, also showing reflections of the ceiling lighting in the polished black granite atrium floors.
A neglected square in Hunstanton’s conservation area has been transformed into a stimulating and highly accessible sensory garden. Designed by Jeremy Stacey Architects.
The public space at Royal Victoria Square creates a link between the modern buildings and historic industrial context of London's Docklands. Designed by EDAW.
A Grade II listed park in central Hastings, Alexandra Park offers a range of spaces with different characters, from natural woodland to formal rose gardens and long sweeping lawns.
The restoration of Southampton's Central Parks has created a safe, pleasant and stimulating environment that links different parts of the city centre. Designed by LDA Design.
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