Our design for a £8M park at the heart of a new community on the outskirts of Dublin featured a central lake and strong axis, and incorporated lively forms reminiscent of Miro.
Graphics by Bruce Newlands.
Model by Nord Architects.
The project re-imagined a softer and more engaging re-use of the Smithsons’ Robin Hood Gardens housing estate in London, without losing the essential qualities of the original architecture, but gaining much in improved public space.
Graphics by Bruce Newlands of Kraft Architecture.
A fantasy world imagining life in a giant nest!
Our proposal aimed to transform a space currently dominated by surrounding traffic, drawing people in to a playful and exciting experience.
Ethereal garden of pastel-coloured planting and water features aimed to allow a healing experience between mankind and the natural world.
This was a competition to design an innovative play space for a new dockland community in Dublin, themed as an urban wilderness.
Graphics by Page and Park.
The aim of the proposal was to stimulate the ‘Flowering of the East’ through community-based environmental action along a key route to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. The project also included a temporary forest in the Briggait, which would be transported in a ceremonial event along London Road.
Graphics by Wave.
From 60 entries MHLA were one of three short listed to develop the design for imaginative new visitor display shelters at three locations in the Western Highlands. The elements for stone, steel and wood are put together as a deconstructed croft. MHLA were subsequently voted the winning entry, at least 3 of the shelters will now be built in Wester Ross in the Scottish Highlands