Wide variety of designs shortlisted in biggest annual Landscape Institute Awards

The Landscape Institute reveals this year's Landscape Institute Awards shortlist.

Gillespies' design for Crossrail Place Roof Garden. Image: Jason Gairn
Gillespies' design for Crossrail Place Roof Garden. Image: Jason Gairn

This year’s Landscape Institute Awards shortlist includes a retrofitting project across three housing estates in Hammersmith and Fulham, west London, the masterplan and landscape for one of the 10 NHS Healthy New Towns projects, a farm on a tower block, the Crossrail roof garden and a road which snakes down the west coast of Ireland, The Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland’s first long distance driving route.

The wide variety of designs were part of a bumper crop of submitted projects, in which is the biggest awards since the institute's competition went annual 10 years ago. 

Announcing the list of finalists today Landscape Institute president Merrick Denton-Thompson said: "Landscape is the primary consideration in delivering places where people want to be; want to work; want to innovate. It demands the vision of a designer, underpinned by scientific and technical rigour.

"This year’s shortlist highlights more how than ever, how landscape architects create great places by working with the built and natural environment to create innovative spaces, wildlife habitats and sustainable infrastructure."

The winners will be revealed at an awards ceremony held at The Brewery, central London on 24 November. The full shortlist is:

Assessing a Cornish Sense of Place - Local Landscape Character Assessment as Part of a Neighbourhood

Development Plan

Cornwall Council

 

The Aylesbury Estate Regeneration

HTA Design

 

The Bath Pattern Book

Landscape Projects

 

Barton Park, Oxford

Terence O’Rourke

 

B|D Landscape Architects Review Journal 2010-2015

B|D landscape architects ltd

 

Colin Town Centre Masterplan

The Paul Hogarth Company

 

Crawter’s Brook Park

Allen Scott

 

Crossrail Place Roof Garden

Gillespies with support from Growth Industry

 

The Crown Estate London Ecology Maserplan

Arup

 

The Edible Roof: A Guide to Productive Rooftop Gardening

The University of Hong Kong

 

Felixstowe Seafront Gardens

Mott MacDonald

 

Garden for Maggie’s Lanarkshire

rankinfraser landscape architecture

 

GLVIA3 Master Classes and Training Events

WYG

 

Green Infrastructure Action Plan for Pollinators

TACP

 

HERE+NOW C.I.C. One Year Publication 2015

HERE+NOW C.I.C.

 

The Hive at Kew Gardens

BDP and Wolfgang Buttress

 

Larbert Woods - Forth Valley Royal Hospital

Ian White Associates

 

LIFE+ Climate proofing social housing landscapes

Groundwork London

 

Mandarin Oriental (Bodrum)

Scape Design Associates

 

Madrid Alive

Arup

 

Mobile Garden City, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Groundwork London

 

New Ludgate

Gustafson Porter

 

North West Cambridge Development ‘creating a positive community’

Aecom

 

Pellant Road Estate : Regeneration

Allen Scott Ltd

 

Phenomenology within Design

James Trevers, University of Edinburgh

 

Piazza Gae Aulenti

AECOM

 

Pulham Gardens at Worth Park

Allen Scott Landscape Architects

 

The Restoration of Kennington Park Flower Garden

LUC

 

Rotunda Community Campus

BCA Landscape

 

Royal Stoke Hospital

Colour

 

Seychelles Strategic Land Use and Development Plan

Arup

 

Sidcup High Street Revival Programme (OLF2)

Untitled Practice

 

South Downs National Park: View Characterisation and Analysis

LUC


Student Portfolio Peter Kennedy Callum Watson

 

The SuDS Manual (C753)

Ciria (Cnstructon Industry Research and Information Association)

 

A systemic examination of vacant space access in Dublin

Callum Watson

 

Torpoint Vision

Clifton Emery Design

 

Trees and Design Action Group

Capita Lovejoy

 

Upland Commons of South-east Wales Natural Resources Management Plan

TACP

 

Wild Atlantic Way

The Paul Hogarth Company

 

Woodside, Firhill & Hamiltonhill Devlopment Framework

LUC

 

 


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