Harrods Place Roof Garden

Built on the old Harrods Depository, the high-end apartments required a landscape to match. Playing on the unusual shapes in the spatial geometry, the design creates a series of small rooms shared amongst the residents at garden level. For those above the geometry becomes an art piece complete with computer controlled lighting that alters its mood between dusk and dawn from ambient to subtle tracer lights. A variety of materials ranging from natural stone, concrete flags, self-binding gravel and timber decking provide variations in colour and texture that help define the angular geometry of the courtyard.