We are proud to announce that Bushey Cemetery has been shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize. The winner will be chosen from a shortlist of six exceptional buildings and announced on Wednesday 10 October 2018.
The New Bushey Cemetery forms an extension to the existing Jewish Cemetery burial grounds in Bushey, North-west London. The new landscape provides the setting for the Prayer Halls design by Waugh Thistleton Architects.

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The New Bushey Cemetery forms an extension to the existing Jewish Cemetery burial grounds in Bushey, North-west London. The consecration was held by Chief Rabbi Mirvis on the 21st of May. The new landscape provides the setting for the Prayer Halls design by Waugh Thistleton Architects.

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Ruskin Square re-development by Stanhope, adjacent to East Croydon Station, is now open to the public, result of our ongoing design collaboration with muf architecture/art.

Ruskin Square re-development by Stanhope, adjacent to East Croydon Station, is now open to the public, result of our ongoing design collaboration with muf architecture/art.

Peter Kennedy has been named as 2017 winner of the ECLAS Outstanding Master Student Award, bestowed to support the highest standards of landscape architecture education and research, and to raise the awareness of scholarship in landscape architecture throughout Europe. The jury recognises that Peter’s submitted project expresses his approach to designing through manipulating a site’s unique character to create rich and diverse layered landscapes. Helguvík Industrial Park respondes to a tactile tectonic field grain and it devises a way in which the industry itself could alter and enrich landscape grain for economic and ecological growth.

Peter Kennedy has been named as 2017 winner of the ECLAS Outstanding Master Student Award, bestowed to support the highest standards of landscape architecture education and research, and to raise the awareness of scholarship in landscape architecture throughout Europe. The jury recognises that Peter’s submitted project expresses his approach to designing through manipulating a site’s unique character to create rich and diverse layered landscapes. Helguvík Industrial Park respondes to a tactile tectonic field grain and it devises a way in which the industry itself could alter and enrich landscape grain for economic and ecological growth.

Peter Kennedy has been named as 2017 winner of the ECLAS Outstanding Master Student Award, bestowed to support the highest standards of landscape architecture education and research, and to raise the awareness of scholarship in landscape architecture throughout Europe. The jury recognises that Peter’s submitted project expresses his approach to designing through manipulating a site’s unique character to create rich and diverse layered landscapes. Helguvík Industrial Park respondes to a tactile tectonic field grain and it devises a way in which the industry itself could alter and enrich landscape grain for economic and ecological growth.

Peter Kennedy has been named as 2017 winner of the ECLAS Outstanding Master Student Award, bestowed to support the highest standards of landscape architecture education and research, and to raise the awareness of scholarship in landscape architecture throughout Europe. The jury recognises that Peter’s submitted project expresses his approach to designing through manipulating a site’s unique character to create rich and diverse layered landscapes. Helguvík Industrial Park respondes to a tactile tectonic field grain and it devises a way in which the industry itself could alter and enrich landscape grain for economic and ecological growth.

The summer Landscape Learn event 03 was held on July the 15th. It included a guided walk through Kensal Green Cemetery, a light lunch at the Dissenters Chapel and a series of afternoon talks given by experts in the field of landscape architecture, art, osteology, neuroscience and geology.

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The summer Landscape Learn event 03 was held on July the 15th. It included a guided walk through Kensal Green Cemetery, a light lunch at the Dissenters Chapel and a series of afternoon talks given by experts in the field of landscape architecture, art, osteology, neuroscience and geology.

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J & L Gibbons are an award winning Landscape Architecture studio based in London. We work on a broad range of projects ranging from heritage significance, to green infrastructure, healthy living and urban regeneration; we enjoy working collaboratively to deliver beautiful landscapes through deliberative planning, research and engagement. Project inspiration is often drawn from layers of landscape history and the conditions that have shaped the character of a place. This helps us design landscape that are innovative and relevant. In 2016 we established a social enterprise Landscape Learn.

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