Petershill, London

Petershill is located to the South of St. Pauls Cathedral on the axis of the Millennium Bridge and Tate Gallery. The Landscape Architecture at Petershill is predominantly hard urban townscape, but the fundamental focus and definition to the spaces will be provided by planting.

The design seeks to achieve maximum accessibility throughout the linked network of useable public open space that the scheme provides, using robust detailing and quality natural materials befitting the environs.

School of Nursing, Dundalk College of Technology, Dundalk, Ireland

This project was for a new School of Nursing to be sited on the campus at Dundalk Institute of Technology. The Client was the Estates Manager at Dundalk Institute of Technology.
CFA worked with Scott Tallon Walker Architects to develop an updated college campus which incorporated the new School of Nursing. The challenge was to create a new campus landscape with a modern campus image and which also integrated the adjoining property which had been acquired by the Institute.

The brief also included the design of a sensory garden within the School of Nursing.

Cherry Orchard Road, Croydon

This mixed use development has been designed to RIBA Stage D, and was submitted for detail planning.

The scheme reaches beyond the site boundary and is a catalyst for larger regeneration projects in Croydon, such as the new railway station, relocation and refurbishment of amenities, plaza and a public park.

 

Client: Menta

Architect: MAKE Architects

St Stephen’s, Walbrook

Regeneration of a historic churchyard, creating a valuable green space in the heart of London. The landscape has been formed by a series of mounded planter beds which are enhanced by shrub planting and a mix of tree species, introducing a vertical element to the space. 

St Swithins, London

Surrounded by the built form of urban London, St Swithins is a key green space within the heart of the City.The design for St Swithins Church yard has been informed both by the history associated with the garden and the gardens potential to provide a valuable green pocket within the City of London.

20 Gracechurch Street, London

The brief was to design and enhance the external landscape of George Yard and the new entrance to 20 Gracechurch Street building, which would be of high quality and usable public realm, a social focus and a vibrant mix of all year round uses.