Tubs Hill

The transformation of this dingy 1960’s office block into desirable homes was assisted by the installation of very high specification split level courtyard gardens, built above an existing concrete slab car park.
The end result is a peaceful oasis, increasing the biodiversity of the site as well as providing a tranquil refuge for residents. The upper garden has been designed as a sociable area to increase the sense of community around a central water feature whilst the lower garden is a Zen style courtyard providing a quiet, contemplative space with attractive circular planters and bespoke seating all offset by seasonal planting.
The two gardens are linked by a feature spiral staircase whose design is mirrored in the two-tone resin-bound gravel, providing a durable surface that assist drainage.

  • Client: Buxton
  • Landscape architect: Robert Myers Associates
  • Budget: £175k
  • Duration: 3 months
APL Award 2018

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