Hanover Square

On the sixth floor where the building steps away from Oxford Street, a beautiful yet compact rooftop garden was created for Mclaren, the tranquil rooftop terrace overlooks the hustle and bustle of the shoppers below and across the city skyline.
In conjunction with Europlanters, large Corten clad GRP planters with floating timber seating were arranged to create three private spaces. These planters set the scene for mature olives, box balls and a selection of herbaceous shrubs.
Timber screening was used as a wind break, as well as to frame the skyline. LED lighting was fitted to the planters and seating which light up the garden creating the relaxed atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of the city below. This rooftop site also has a state-of the art self-irrigating system - distributing water around the planters as required, as time passes.

Hanover Square Project
Hanover Square Project 2
  • Client: Mclaren
  • Landscape architect: Landscape Perspective
  • Budget: £20k
  • Duration: 4 Months

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