Sir Winton Memorial Garden in FutureArc magazine
Sir Nicholas Winton Memorial Garden in Maidenhead honours its name sake by representing his rescue of nearly 700 children from Nazi occupied Prague during the Second World War. We were therefore thrilled to design the gardens to commemorate this humanitarian achievement which was opened by then Prime Minster Teresa May in 2017. Since then, we are happy to say that the garden has received much praise and is enjoyed by the public. However, the garden is still gaining the recognition it deserves.
With that, we are pleased to announce that FutureArc magazine has published our case study on the garden as part of their portfolio. This is a monthly publication that caters to the UK’s landscape architecture market and focuses on sustainable projects. This includes interviews with the biggest names in the industry, opinion articles and showcases of impactful green projects.
We are delighted to be included in the most recent issue and hope that it generates even more newfound interest in a project we are very proud of. To read the article in full, click here: https://flickread.com/edition/html/free/5e69f177f0622#22
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