Dallas–Pierce–Quintero

We devise and deliver strategies for places undergoing transformation, from neighbourhoods and boroughs to large-scale regeneration schemes and cities. Following an initial period of extensive research and dialogue with communities and stakeholders, we work with local authorities, developers and partners to create a vision for the future by establishing cultural, placemaking, urban and social-sustainability strategies.

Mayor of London’s Cultural Strategy & Public Art Panel  2018-2022.

A strategy to strengthen the city’s cultural and creative industries ecology and increase participation through a new strategic partnership approach.

Peterborough Cultural Strategy

Our strategy was to use culture as a means to weave together Watford’s diverse offers to help shape a new place narrative.

Watford Cultural Strategy

A two-year project to consult and produce a Creative Communities Strategy to guide the delivery of arts and culture within this large new expansion of Ashford.

Creative Chilmington Green

A strategy to draw out opportunities for Bellingham and make recommendations in line with the Greater London Authority’s Good Growth Fund agenda.

An Urban Strategy for Bellingham

A toolkit of ideas for enriching Grove Park.

Growing Grove Park

A long-term cultural vision for a revitalized city quarter.

Birmingham Smithfield

A vision for how public art can help shape the £1 billion development of Winchburgh, near Edinburgh.

The Big W

How to create a fitting tribute to iconic gasholders that is still relevant to today’s communities?

Clarendon Gasworks

Embedding culture at the heart of a new mixed-used neighbourhood in Battersea.

Battersea Exchange

We developed a cultural strategy which celebrates the colourful past of a former gasworks in Battersea.

Prince of Wales Drive

An ongoing research project that will result in a number of public art projects and commissions within the large-scale Western Extension Area of Milton Keynes.

WEA Milton Keynes

Embedded in the Thames Estuary Production Corridor, Make.XXL would be Europe’s largest ‘pay as you go’ creative fabrication hub for making, research and learning; responding to London’s need for dedicated large-scale production space to fuel the UK’s creative economy.

Make.XXL