This new public square is part of a major JMP-designed office and retail development between Fenchurch Street and Fenchurch Street Station. Fenchurch Place is a beautifully detailed 'pocket park' through which large numbers of people pass daily during rush-hours. At other times, it is a quiet urban oasis whose features mediate the bustle of the City of London.
A grove of tulip trees, with their distinct leaf form and seasonal colour variation, introduces a strong three-dimensional quality to the space. A lighting installation, set flush in the paving, imparts a unique quality to the evening scene.
JMP’s landscape team was subsequently commissioned by the Corporation of London to prepare design information for the pedestrianisation of London Street, next to the square, to extend the public open space provision.
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John McAslan + Partners, Landscape Architect
Kier, Main Contractor
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