Communications & Presentation
The Garden of the Beasts
The Garden of the Beasts is Davies White and Room 60’s proposals for the creation of a new childrens’ garden at Hampton Court Palace. The team communicated their ideas through innovative design and vision. They used hand drawings but also embraced film while exploring other mediums of communication such as model making and revenue branding. These were used not just as marketing tools but as part of the design process.
The judges said: ‘The use of animation demonstrated its untapped potential as a communication tool for landscape architects.’
Landscape architect: Davies White.
Client: Historic Royal Palaces.
Project Team: Davies White with Room60, House of Fairy Tales, Dan Lobb Garden Design, & James Bennett Architects.
Cairngorm National Park Entry Points
This project helped to establish the identity of the Cairngorm National Park by the design and placing of entry markers and associated work to make the entries clearer. Markers were black ospreys (the park logo) on local granite. The judges said: ‘We felt that this was an excellently communicated project that clearly met the brief.’
Landscape architect: Ian White Associates Landscape Architects.
Client: The Cairngorms National Park Authority. Marker design: Aaron Lawton Associates.
Quantity surveyor: David Campbell Associates.
Granite sign manufacturer: Fyfe Glenrock.
Installation contractor: Hunter Construction (Aberdeen).
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