Wilder Associates are an award winning Landscape Design consultancy based in London Waterloo. We have an international portfolio of projects that ranges from strategic masterplanning and urban design to private residential gardens. We work in the sectors of retail, residential, commercial, healthcare, education and heritage planning and offer the following services:
- Concept design
- Technical design
- Construction documentation
- Environmental planning
- Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment
- Aerial Survey
We have an international team that come from a variety of backgrounds including forestry, urban design, architecture and landscape architecture.
Peter Wilder has studied horticulture in Australia and the USA before studying at the University of Greenwich in London. After graduating he moved to Berlin to work on a number of large urban regeneration projects including Potsdamer Platz, Spreebogen, Wasserstadt Spandau and schemes in Marzahn and Hellersdorf. He returned to London in 1998 to complete his post graduate dimploma in Landscape Architecture before working for Kim Wilkie and Derek Lovejoy Partnership (now Capita Planning). In 2003 he set up Macfarlane Wilder and in 2012 established Wilder Associates. Throughout has career he has had a particular fascination with water and this is reflected in the work of the practice integrating surface water management and sustainable design principles into the public realm and buildings.
In 2001 he became a visiting lecturer at the University of Greenwich, teaching computer modelling and sustainable drainage design. He now lectures on Landscape Design and Technology and the use of drones in land mapping. He has lectured and spoken at conferences all over the world including USA, Brazil, China, Poland, Germany, Lithuania, Australia and the UK. In 2012 he became and Associate of the Building Research Establishment, heading up many large scale urban design projects in China. In 2013 he was appointed as Strategic Landscape Architect for the Hampstead Heath Ponds Project by the City of London.