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  • Award Winners 2012

    Design under 1ha Highly commended

    HIGHLY COMMENDED
    Next Wave (Phase 1), Bexhill-on-Sea

    Every space has been given meaning in this public realm alongside the De La Warr Pavilion — now a biodiverse linear landscape that is beautiful, informative, highly adaptable and low maintenance.
    The judges said: ‘This is a simple yet beautifully designed waterfront space. The process of plant selection and use should be held up as best practice.’

    Landscape architect: HTA Landscape Design.
    Client:
    Rother District Council.
    Architect: Stanton Williams Architects.
    Delivery architect:
    HTA. Architecture.
    Horticultural adviser: Dr Noel Kingsbury.
    Cost consultant and QS:
    Ian Sayer & Co.
    Structural engineer:
    Alan Baxter Associates.
    M&E engineer: Mendick Waring.
    Contractor: The Landscape Group.
    HIGHLY COMMENDED
    Brunswick Cemetery Gardens, Bristol

    A disused and run down cemetery in one of Bristol’s most deprived areas has been transformed into a popular destination and valued park. New Leaf Studio respected the history of the site while giving it a new layer, embracing wider uses and meeting modern needs. The judges said: ‘The sensitivity to location and choice of materials is excellent. There is fabulous planting and beautiful, evocative public art.’

    Landscape architect: New Leaf Studio.
    Client: Bristol City Council
    Structural engineer: Structural Solutions
    Archaeologist: Bristol and Region Archaeological Services.
    Arts Consultant: Situations, Bristol.
    Artist: Hew Locke.
    Main contractor: E R Hemmings (Building).

    HIGHLY COMMENDED
    Arundel Square, London Borough of Islington

    This roof garden extension on a platform over a railway line allows the creation of a 21st Century London square.The judges said: This classic yet modern design is appropriate as a new London square. There is rich planting for an urban environment and excellent response to site constraints.’

    Landscape architect: Remapp.
    Client: London Borough of Islington/ Greenspace.
    Structural and civil engineer: Price and Myers.
    Quantity surveyor/CDM co-ordinator: Baillie Knowles Partnership.
    Soil scientist: Tim O’Hare Associates.
    Consultation and community engagement teams:
    Platformer / Building Exploratory.


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