All public realm projects are created in partnership with garden writer and designer Darryl Moore. Together Adolfo and Darryl curate Cityscapes, a garden design festival that creates installations alongside cultural institutions. Designers and artists are offered unique opportunities to push the boundaries of public realm design to the benefit of the wider public.
Cityscapes aims to:
• Bring inspired new approaches to the way urban parks and gardens are designed, through the creation of temporary and permanent gardens.
• Promote creative ways to green the urban environment through cross-collaborations between garden designers and cultural organisations.
• Engage communities – residents, local authorities, cultural organisations, businesses and visitors.
For more info visit the Cityscapes website.
The Architecture Foundation, British Library, The EDF London Eye, Fashion & Textile Museum, Greater London Authority, Hackney Council, Kings College London, National Theatre, Network Rail, The Old Vic Tunnels, Royal Horticultural Society, Siobhan Davies Dance Studios, Stratford Rising, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, South Bank & Bankside Cultural Quarter, Southwark Council, and Team London Bridge.
Matthew Childs, Alison Condie, Sarah Eberle, Anoushka Feiler, Tony Heywood, Daniel Lobb, Todd Longstaffe-Gowan, Wilson McWilliam, Zandra Rhodes, Jon Sims, Andy Sturgeon, and Joe Swift.