Command of the Heights, Fort Amherst
Bournemouth Pier Approach
Repurposing Bournemouth’s seaside promenade by engaging human connections through water, light and play.
Lesnes Abbey Woods
Reviving the ruins of Lesnes Abbey by weaving its heritage into community parklands full of colours, scents and textures.
Fort Amherst, Chatham
Breathing new life into Fort Amherst while elevating the history, heritage and untold stories of the original site.
We have curated a selection of our work showing our experience and expertise in landscape architecture through the design and creation of public realm spaces, regeneration projects, mixed use developments, education and schools, recreation facilities and residential developments.
Keep up to date with the latest from Mei Loci - ongoing projects, new project appointments, new members to join our team, things that inspire us and some general thoughts on landscape architecture.
As accredited ‘Building with Nature’ assessors, we help put nature at the heart of development in a way that’s good for people and for wildlife. A ‘Building with Nature’ Award means that our projects become the benchmark for good […]
We are hugely proud to announce that our recently completed ‘Command of the Heights’ project, at Fort Amherst in Chatham, has been shortlisted for an ‘Excellence in Heritage and Culture’ Award, by the Landscape Institute.
This months sees 2 years of work with the Austell Project come to life with the unveiling of new ceramic art installations into the town centre. These act as focal points in the plans for the regeneration of St Austell which we have been developing the masterplan for.
We are a team of mixed disciplines from landscape architects, horticulture experts and graphic designers, working together to create beautiful, unique and sustainable places, which tell stories of heritage, culture and life; connecting people with places and nature. Located in Cornwall, we work with clients across the UK, Ireland, the Middle East and Australia.
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