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Greenwich Park Revealed


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‘Greenwich Park Revealed’ is a landscape-led restoration project evolving across Greenwich’s 590-year old historic deer park. The Royal Parks’ scheme aims to restore, protect and share Greenwich Park’s unique heritage through the provision of new visitor facilities, enhancing biodiversity, and developing learning, leisure and volunteering opportunities.

David Morley Architects are working with The Royal Parks to improve the park’s visitor facilities at Vanbrugh Lodge, Wolfe Kiosk and the Pavilion Café Store. On The Royal Parks’ website, we can see the flagship project come to life through illustrations by Adrian Banks, Associate and WELL Certified Designer for David Morley Architects.

Graham Dear, Manager for Greenwich Park Revealed has said, “these new facilities will reveal the wonder of the nature on our doorsteps, inspiring local people to cherish and protect Greenwich Park for future generations.”

As a practice we have enjoyed working with The Royal Parks on many projects across London’s historic landscape including Hyde Park, Regent’s Park and Kensington Gardens, and we look forward to seeing the vision take shape for Greenwich Park Revealed over the coming years.

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