We are really excited to be working closely with Feilden Fowles and an exceptional design team on the Urban Nature project for the Natural History Museum, London to transform the five acre gardens with a renewed focus on urban nature and the story of life on earth - to support wildlife, learning, research, conservation and biodiversity awareness.

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The team includes: Feilden Fowles, Pentagram, Max Fordham, engineersHRW, Mace, Fossil Plants and Buro Happold

You can find out more about the project on the Natural History Museum website

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When complete the Museum gardens will take people on a journey through a changing world. They will provide a fully accessible opportunity for visitors to connect with nature and explore the incredible diversity of life on Earth. Dippy, the NHM’s iconic diplodocus will have pride of place; in a newly commissioned cast, Dippy will overlook the new east gardens which will tell the story of the Earth’s history. With plants and fossils reflecting each geological era, visitors will be able to appreciate –visually– how old our planet is and learn about the profound impact humans have caused in a short space of time.

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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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