In Outerspace the overall objective is to create solutions that achieve a sense of belonging: to their time; their place and their community. We produce designs that are contemporary in style and technology; respond to their physical context and genuinely consider and engage the people that will use the final scheme.
Our approach looks to balance the needs of people and the needs of bio-diversity:
Its ‘human-nature’ to Outerspace. This balance is present in everything we do, it’s our key objective in designing public realm across the sectors.
Richard Broome established Outerspace in 2002 and has over 25 years’ experience of urban regeneration and the design of the public realm. Working on schemes ranging from high density residential to mixed use, education, healthcare and small private gardens, Richard has an in-depth understanding on the creative design and technical complexities involved in all scopes. Richard’s distinct Outerspace approach to place making, based on the values ‘human-nature’, helps to attain successful planning applications and beyond to deliver high quality schemes that respond to people’s needs whilst promoting bio-diversity. He is passionate about what Landscape and public realm can bring to both a client’s scheme and the end user’s quality of life. These values are translated into his leadership of the company and the Outerspace approach.
At Outerspace, we create stunning and meaningful landscape architecture spaces that balance the needs of people and bio-diversity.