New Ludgate Roof Terrace, by Gustafson Porter + Bowman

Gustafson Porter designed the 5th floor roof terrace of this new development in the City of London, with dramatic views of St. Paul’s, just a few streets away, and other London landmarks such as The Shard in the distance.

I was involved in the design, modelling, and drawing package for the centrepiece of the roof: a 105 metre-long bench formed from a single sinuous ribbon of white Corian. The ribbon weaves across the terrace, creating varied seating ‘pockets’, and enclosing a series of planted landforms that bring colour and movement to the rooftop.

The ribbon blends between different configurations: from high- and low-depth seating, transitioning into an inclined wall, through to backless benches, and so on.

Further Information:

// + More information on all of my landscape work for Gustafson Porter + Bowman is here.

// + See the great set of photographs for New Ludgate produced by Timothy Soar, here.
// + Featured in Gardens Illustrated, here.

// + And the Gustafson Porter project description, here.

Project Team:

Designer: Gustafson Porter + Bowman
Project Role: Architectural Assistant at Gustafson Porter + Bowman




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