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Contemporary Landscape Architecture Practice in Edinburgh, Scotland

post updated 3 May 2021

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Straume Architecture Competition, Fjell, west Norway – winners
Design: Haptic Architects / NORDIC – Office of Architecture / Gross.Max Landscape architects
Straume Competition Norway Fjell Building
image : MIR
Straume Architecture Competition – 26 Feb 2013
London and Oslo based Haptic Architects and NORDIC – Office of Architecture, in collaboration with Gross.Max Landscape architects, have won the competition to create a new urban centre and a public square in Straume. Straume, in the municipality of Fjell, is located on the west coast of Norway, near Bergen. This architectural competition was commissioned by Sartor Holding.

Tempelhof Competition, Berlin, Germany – winners, announced May 2011
Design with Sutherland Hussey Architects, Edinburgh
Tempelhof Competition Berlin Gross.Max Landscape Architects
picture from architect
Tempelhof Competition
This British architectural studio with Sutherland Hussey Architects have been awarded the commission to design a new park and associated buildings on the site of the recently closed airport. At over 400 hectares, the site will be one of the largest city parks in Europe and is undoubtedly one of the most significant commissions to date for the Edinburgh based practices. Synonymous with Berlin before, during and after World War II the airport is still a key part of the city fabric. The existing 1.2 km long, semi circular terminal building was part of Albert Speer’s master plan for the 1930’s restructuring of the city and will be preserved as part of the over all masterplan.

Key Projects by Gross.Max

Gross Max – Design News

Recent Projects include:
Lyric Square, King Street, Hammersmith & Fulham, west London, England, UK
for London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

New Park at Tower Bridge, Southwark with pavilions by DSDHA. Adj. City Hall + proposed Potters Field Towers by Ian Ritchie

Gross.Max Landscape Architects win European Award

This architectural studio win European Landscape Award 2006, presented at Urban Design Fair, Munich

Featured project
This inclined site of the former Royal Maternity Hospital Glasgow on Rottenrow has been turned into public gardens for the University of Strathclyde, the site owners.

Gross.Max: landscape image by adrian welch
Gross Max Landscape

Major Design

Landscape for the BMW factory by Zaha Hadid, that was tipped for the Stirling Prize in 2005

More building / landscape projects by Gross.Max online soon

Location: 6 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3EG, Scotland

Edinburgh Landscape Architects Practice Information

Landscape architecture studio based in Edinburgh, Scotland

Gross Max Landscape Architects: (Edinburgh) Led by Eelco Hooftman

Landscape Architects

GLASGOW: * 6,000 Miles
until 7 Jun
Lighthouse Glasgow
Gross Max
Block Architecture
Graven Images
Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop Architects
Wiszniewski Thomson Architects
The practice proposed a nuclear iceberg at Torness Point, East Lothian

Scottish Tour
An Turas
photo © Adrian Welch

Scottish Landscape Design Projects

Hidden Gardens, Tramway Theatre, Glasgow
by Landscape Architects City Design Co-operative Ltd
Hidden Gardens

Landscape Design, Edinburgh, Scotland
by City Design Co-operative with Malcolm Fraser Architects
Landscape Design


Landscape Architecture

Scottish Landscape Design

Architecture in Scotland

Contemporary Architecture in Scotland – architectural selection below:

Upper Parkbrae House, Oyne, Aberdeenshire, Northeast Scotland
Design: Brown & Brown Architects
Upper Parkbrae House Aberdeenshire
photograph © Nigel Rigden
Upper Parkbrae House, Aberdeenshire

Literature House for Scotland, John Knox House, Edinburgh
Winning Architects: Witherford Watson Mann ; Groves-Raines Architects Studios ; Studio MB
John Knox House Edinburgh building
photograph © Daniel Lomholt-Welch
Literature House for Scotland

Architecture Studios

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