Today Yimika Koya joins us this month on placement from Bath University, welcome to our international team Yimika!
Some wonderful client feedback…
“Onion Collective have worked closely with LT Studio for four years now, most particularly on our East Quay cultural and enterprise development. This major £7.5m quayside community-led scheme has now been approved for planning permission. Thanks to LT it has now has world class landscape design, which LT developed in close collaboration with community requirement and ideas. Their designs are creative and full of energy and joy; having responded to the brief to incorporate a sense of the quayside’s industrial past, but also to create a space that is welcoming and sensitive to people’s desire for informal place-making, creativity and relaxation. We hugely enjoy having LT as part of the design team for East Quay, their creative thinking together with attention to detail and readiness to meet deadlines make them a pleasure to work with. We value their commitment, energy, expertise and extraordinary sensitivity to the complexities of the scheme and would heartily recommend them to any developer.”
Director, Onion Collective CIC
Watchet, East Quay Regeneration
East Quay Wins Planning
Thrilled Watchet East Quay Regeneration has won unanimous approval at planning. We look forward to the detail design stage.
Watchet East Quay
Wandle Road Wins Unanimous Approval at Planning
Delighted to announce that our project at Wandle Road, Croydon has won unanimous approval at committee.
We look forward to attending the public consultation on 6th February at 7.30pm at Watchet Boat Museum.
Watch Our Liveable Cities Talk
Marc Dix’s #FutureCity17 ideas for #LiveableBath talk is now online #Greeninfrastructure #landarch
LT Studio to speak at launch of Festival of Future City – Bath
We’re delighted to be joining artists, architects and writers to discuss life in our modern city as Marc Dix talks at the Future Cities Festival Opening Event: A pecha kucha talk on ‘Liveable Cities’ – join us on 19th Oct @ 6pm #futurecity17
Three days of talks, walks and workshops: this new festival for Bath looks at life in our modern cities. How do we realise the urban environments we want to live in? Could Bath rightly claim to be one of the UK’s first future cities? What can we do to improve it?
We’re joining a variety speakers – leading thinkers, writers, architects and artists – to help explore these questions, covering topics on housing, the artist and the city and great architecture, landscape and public realm.