Untitled Practice was the winner in the ‘Adding Value Through Landscape’ category at this year’s Landscape Institute Awards, for Sidcup High Street Revival Programme. The judges said, “A clear winner of best practice and an excellent case study.” We would like to thank our client London Borough of Bexley, and everyone who worked with us on the project. (Photo by Robert Taylor).
Fenella has just returned from a visit to New York with Kingston University’s studio S3.5, where their itinerary included visits to inspiring projects at St Ann’s Warehouse, the High Line and Brooklyn Bridge Park. The study trip focussed on re-purposed industrial buildings and landscapes for new cultural and community uses to support the studio project for a ‘Creative Campus’ and new music venue at Joseph Bazalgette’s Crossness Pumping Station, Thamesmead.
Untitled Practice has been appointed by Central Bedfordshire Council to work on its High Street Improvement Scheme (HSIS), providing support to businesses with new branding and shop front designs, across 11 market towns. The scheme is part of CBC’s wider Market Towns Regeneration Fund Programme which is developing to support an increasing population from new homes growth. Central Bedfordshire’s market towns are particularly important as hubs for this largely rural community, and we will respond to the distinctive history and character of each place as we develop proposals.