An Urban Oasis in London Bridge Station
Published on 02nd September 2019
Four show gardens made from recycled materials open at London Bridge Station. Visitors to London Bridge station have the change to stumble upon not one but four garden installations as they venture along the Victorian railway tunnel of Stainer Street. New Forms Gardens – commissioned by Team London Bridge with support from Network Rail – is being delivered by Cityscapes and follows their highly acclaimed 2013 Remix Garden project. This scheme will take a similarly creative approach by recycling materials from show gardens into four new, temporary public garden installations. Reusing materials from the RHS Hampton Court Garden Festival, the New Forms highlights sustainable approaches to design, showing how hard landscaping materials can find innovative upcycled afterlives, and how plants can be used in unusual urban locations. Ula Maria is one of the 4 designers of the gardens. The four garden installations – designed by young, up and coming designers Ula Maria, Tessa & Caitlin McLaughlin, Alexandra Noble and Sarah Wilson – will be on display during August and September in Stainer Street tunnel, within London Bridge Station. Find out more about the project here.