Projects

Bold, Imaginative, Responsive

Bloom! St. Helen’s Moorish Stitch

Urban Wilderness were commissioned to work with McArthurGlen to develop a new, temporary garden for the Bloom! Festival…

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Avenham and Miller Parks

Working closely with Preston City Council Landscape department, we helped deliver an outstanding restored park in the he…

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Applegarth Farm, Hampshire

From its humble beginnings as a small farm shop and restaurant, we worked with Big Apple Ventures to develop proposals t…

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Lisbon University

Working in collaboration with Munro+Whitten, Urban Wilderness won the delegates choice award for the Lisbon University D…

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Goldsmith Gateway

Public realm project for a site straddling Goldsmith Street in Nottingham city centre which forms a key entrance/arrival…

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Wirksworth Memorial Garden and Market Square

The design intended to create a multi-functional landscape that could be used as a market space and memorial garden for…

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Private Garden, Bristol

A funky yet cost-effective design in the heart of Bristol

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Active Campus Design, Loughborough University

This hard and soft landscape scheme promotes student fitness / well-being and provides a series of different activity zo…

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Reception and Environment Centre, Brackenhurst Campus

An important landmark project for Nottingham Trent's Brackenhurst campus, providing cutting edge research and teaching f…

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Rushcliffe School

Urban Wilderness provided planning support, followed by the detailed design of external spaces for a new Language, Music…

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“Bloom! was a fantastic festival involving over 120 separate projects across York. There were many highlights but the display that undoubtedly had the most impact was the one created by Urban Wilderness, and sponsored by McArthurGlen, for St Helen’s Square. It was stunning and transformative and showed the possibilities for developing the public realm in a totally different way. It generated masses of interest and led to a call to make it a permanent fixture beyond the 4 days of the festival.” Steve Brown, MD, Make It York

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