Public space case studies
Mile End Park combines tranquil green spaces with sport, leisure, art and play facilities for the whole community to enjoy. Designed by Tibbalds TM2.
Redesigned streetscapes in Newcastle's city centre accomodate the needs of buses and pedestrians, whilst fitting in perfectly with the historical surroundings. Designed by Newcastle City Council / Gillespies.
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.
Subtle architectural details and interesting landscaping create a strong sense of place at the Ingress Park housing development in Greenhithe. Designed by Gardner Stewart Architects.
Leeds Millennium Square is a space for public enjoyment and a forum for major public events in the city. Designed by Leeds City Council.
Improvements to Bristol Temple Meads station forecourt have made it easier to use for pedestrians, buses and taxis, without compromising its historical character and context. Designed by Percy Thomas Partnership.
The retail court and public space within Chelsea's Duke of York Square offers an inviting retreat from the King's Road. Designed by Paul Davis & Partners and Elizabeth Banks Associates.
Cathedral Gardens has brought a vibrant yet relaxing green space to the heart of Manchester's new Millennium Quarter. Designed by BDP.
The Horsebridge housing development incorporates winding streets and narrow alleys that reflect Whitstable's distinctive character. Designed by Clague Architects Canterbury.
Well-thought through changes to the design and layout of Devizes Market Square have transformed it into an accessible, attractive and functional space. Designed by Colin Davis Associates.
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