This roof terrace was designed and constructed as part of the multi million pound redevelopment of Grosvenor Crescent
by Grosvenor Estates. The relatively small space was dominated by a six meter high wall with ventilation ducts.
To 'humanise' the space, pre-grown ivy panels in bespoke containers were used to draw the eye down to a lower level.
Antiqued mirror panels help to delineate two discrete areas - a dining space and an informal lounging area.
Two pairs of roof trained Photinia 'Red Robin' help to create the illusion that the space is partially under cover,
while also combatting the effect of the high wall. Bespoke joinery is used throughout for the planters, built in bench
seating and Versailles style containers. Lighting ensures the terrace is a beautiful place to be, day and night.