A landscape architecture firm with offices in Cheshire and North Wales is expanding.
Land Studio has moved into new offices in Soughton House, Nicholas Street Mews in Chester and has taken on two new staff. The firm’s other base is in Cilcain, Flintshire.
Landscape architect David Wilson, who has worked on a number of high-profile public realm schemes in the North West, Wales and London, has been recruited to the team. He is joined by architect and landscape architect Matthew Reece.
Land Studio founder and director Simon Richards, who is also a panellist and joint chair of the Design Commission for Wales, said: “I’m delighted to welcome David and Matthew to Land Studio. We are always looking for talented people to join the business to meet the demands of our clients. Our new office in Chester gives us the space we need for our growing team.”
Land Studio, which is approaching its fifth anniversary, is a specialist landscape architecture, design and master-planning practice.
The company’s work ranges from major visitor destination projects to education facilities, residential and leisure development and distinctive garden projects. Clients include the National Trust and Forestry England.
During the Coronavirus pandemic the team have been working with a number of schools and sixth form colleges across the region to help them to create safe, vibrant and immersive spaces outside.