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East Square Basildon

November 2017

We are very excited to be working on this new vision for East Square in the heart of Basildon.  As part of the regeneration of the area – Outerspace is also working on the Beechwood estate regeneration,  East Square will have a massive uplift, in line with a brand new cinema complex and new housing to the side.  We are working on the hard and soft landscape, streetscapes, access and feasibility studies.

Sad farewell to Inma Navarro

October 2017

Inma is going back to her Architectural roots after spending three years at Outerspace working on many of our projects including several residential and mixed use housing developments in Kingston Upon Thames with St George,  and many sites with Crest Nicholson to name a few. We wish her all the best and will be catching up with her soon.

8 Year Work Anniversary for Bianka

September 2017

Happy work Anniversary to Bianka! Bianka is an Associate at Outerspace has been with us for 8 years. She has been involved in and headed up so many of our projects and is our planting guru.

Bee Collective

September 2017

Sam Perry spent a sticky afternoon volunteering at the Bee Collective. www.bee-collective.com helps support sustainable urban bee keeping, and uses their base in London to help keepers extract honey.

Blackfriars Road

August 2017

Working with Barratt Homes for this scheme on Blackfriars Road, we can show the first pictures of the scheme progressing. Although the building has been going for some time, the landscaping is just starting to show. We will be showing pictures soon of the piazza, roof gardens, and central courtyard all which we have designed and gone through to construction stage. This picture is of one of the roof gardens taking shape.

The Clockhouse Guildford

August 2017

This high end Assisted Living scheme for McCarthy and Stone has just reached practical completion. The showpiece gardens have lush green lawns contained by colourful shrub borders under existing mature trees. The design was based upon the principles of a traditional country garden with a contemporary palette of materials and planting. A serpentine walkway extends out into the far end of the garden, leading to a pergola seating area. The building was designed and technically delivered by Lewis and Hickey architects.

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