We enliven public spaces with new additions, temporary activation or remodelling. Our approach is context led; we begin projects by immersing ourselves in the place, getting to know the site and the people who inhabit it. Through extensive engagement we work to shape spaces that are accessible and foster a sense of ownership and pride from the local community.

Our first project, Abundant Amelia, has succeeded in reviving forgotten and unloved corners in the Pullens Estate, in Elephant and Castle, by using food growing as a means to encourage residents to have an active stake in their environment and instigate change.

Abundant Amelia

A transformational gateway project for Watford, drawing on the town’s printing heritage to welcome visitors with light, colour and an invitation to play.

Welcome to Watford

This project combines way-finding, public art and public realm improvements to improve the walking route between Colchester station and the town centre.

Fixing the Link

The Gap is a temporary structure that slots into the historic fabric of Wisbech town centre, providing an inspiring and engaging public space for ten years.

The Gap

Flocking Birds playfully highlights the hidden entrances to this park in Cambridge.

Flocking Birds

A trail of wayfinders tell the story of the dis-used port of the Hythe, Colchester.

Town to Port

This project introduces new public seating and references the tin-plating industry that shaped the town.


Four polished steel rings form part of a revitalised public space and celebrate Derby’s engineering prowess.

On the Spot

A pop-up garden transforms a sanitised shopping street during the Warsaw Under Construction Festival of Architecture.

Grow Pasaz Wiecha

Hidden in central London, this public realm installation introduced a series of interactive sculptures to the city stage for the duration of London Architecture Week.

Hunting The Cockney Sparrow

An illustrated walking tour around one of the longest Roman town walls in Britain.

Marking the Gates

Engaging with hard-to-reach residents in an area undergoing change.

Nine Elms on the South Bank