Contemporary landscape for headquarters buildings set in a 33 acre historic site. The design was inspired by the adjacent moated Tudor Hall and an Iron Age village and Medieval houses revealed during an archaeological dig on site. The design marks these features by means of earth formations or planting, to serve as ‘memories’ of the passage of time. Straight field boundaries visible in the adjoining agricultural landscape are reflected in the design by means of strong axial lines.
Client : Chiron Diagnostics
Landscape Architects : Armstrong Bell Landscape Design
Architects : Kemp Muir Wealleans
Date : 1997-2000