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Rosamund Benton-Hutchings S17101340 Project 6-Architectural landscraping, Module ARC4015 Portfolio 2, Level 4 BA Architecture

Precedent study model - - An apple and garden house, Oare House, Wiltshire, 1924 Clough Williams-Ellis (1883-1978)

Inside out, Richard Serra, 2013

The Art and Architecture of English Gardens by Jane Brown, published 1989

Renovations of the GAtehouse family hime in Buckinghamshire, by Stefano Marinaz landscape architects

New garden design for Kings Weston House in Bristol, by Stefano Marinaz landscape architects

Pavilion called Look! Look! Look!, by Studio Morison, located in a Capability Brown garden

Precedent Studies

Update of the Smithsonian campus in Washington DC Indian garden with water mazes, designed by architecture studio Penda

North front and plan of garden (1671), Ham House, Surrey Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe’s Garden at Shute House, Wiltshire

Pages of The Gardeners Labrynth, published 1577

History of Warley Woods 1. Warley Hall Estate, created by Henry VIII in the 16th century. 2. Landscape architect Humphty Repton designed a picturesque landscape for the site in 1794-95. The site was surrounded by fields and woodland at this time. 3. The Galton family commissioned Robert Lugar to design a gothic mansion, comleted in 1819, known as Warley Abbey. 4. At the beggining of the 20th century new houses started to be built on the land. 5. Residents dissaproved of the loss of green space and Warley Woods became a public park in 1909. It featured an ornamental garden and ornate shelters. 6. A golf course was established in 1921. 7. The abbey was demolished in 1957.

1921 Ordanance Survey map

Roof plan Scale 1:200

Location on site Scale !:5000

Warley Abbey in 1934

The wind direction and sun path diagrams are based on Sir Charles Barry’s designs for the garden of Harewood House (1844-51)

The layout of my design will be based around the growing cycle. Diagram from:

Current users of the park • •

Three quarters of the non-golfing users are dog walkers. Other users are walkers, joggers and cyclists. Users like to relax in nature and enjoy peace and quiet. The catchment area of Warley Woods is around a 15 minute walk and a 10 minute drive.

Community First Partnership (2009) Warley Woods Management Plan 2009-14

Contour map


Sun path



Wind direction (SW)

Sketch models and explorations

Bibliography • Baker, K. (2012) Captured Landscape-The paradox of the enclosed garden. USA: Routledge. • Brown, J. (1989) The Art and Architecture of English Gardens. London: George Weildenfeld and Nicolson Limited. • Dargue, W. (2010) Warley Woods. Available at: • Frearson, A. (2016) Penda combines stepwells with water mazes for Indian garden design. Available at: • Gagosian (2018) Richard Serra. Available at: selected-works • Gardenia (n.d.) Ham House and garden, a unique glimpse of the past. Available at: https:// • Harewood (2018) The Terrace. Available at: • Hill, Thomas. (1577) The Gardeners Labyrinth. London: H, Bynneman. • Hitti, N. (2017) Studio Morison installs origami-like “pineapple” in Berrington Hall’s 18th century garden. Available at: • Horden, R. (2008) Micro Architecture. London: Thames & Hudson. • House & Garden (2017) Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe’s Garden at Shute House. Available at: http:// • Howarth, D. (2018) BIG revises Smithsonian campus masterplan in Washington DC. Available at: • Martineau, J. (2005) Mazes and Labyrinths. 2nd edn. Glastonbury: Wooden Books Ltd. • Robinson, B. (2018) Tips for planting an English country garden ideas. http://www. • Stefano Marinaz (2017) Gatehouse. Available at: gatehouse/ • Talbott, J. (1997) Simply Build Green. 2nd edn. Scotland: Findhorn Press. • Tilley, N. (2018) Basic plant life cycle and the life cycle of a flowering plant. Available at: • Treib, M., Imbert, D. (1997) Garrett Eckbo-Modern Landscapes for Living. USA: University of California Press.

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