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A garden which won the RHS People's Choice Award as voted for by the general public.
This was a space to encourage deep thinking via a continuous path with no start or end point. The aim of the garden was to slow one’s pace, mind and encourage a sense of being in the moment.
An aid to walking meditation, along the path one could appreciate the filigree forms of umbellifers and gossamer fennel leaves with subtleties such as plant movement in a breeze and backlit petals heightened.
The award winning 'Box on the Docks' built entirely out of shipping containers, designed to be highly sustainable and built in 2 phases, with 3 storeys of hotel rooms to be added above the pub and restaurant at a later date once these operations are properly established.
The brief was to extend and re-invent the ground floor for modern family life, complete a luxurious master ensuite and maximise the potential of the loft space. A part-two storey rear extension was the result, with a hanging timber clad ‘pod’ forming the dramatic centre piece to the ground floor kitchen/dining space.
Located in close proximity to Greenwich town center, the row of three bedroom houses makes the most out of brownfield land. Whilst at Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Pencilmen Architects founder Joao Guedes led the project from inception through completion in February 2018.