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Handyside Gardens is the first public park at King’s Cross in London’s city centre. The gardens are beautifully designed with raised planting beds, places to sit and a water rill.
In 2010 the historical botanical garden in Mechelen was redesigned by the architect Benoît Fondu. He designed a garden in which the shape of hop cones appeared.
The concept of the design was a full grown garden in the centre of Berlin. The underground parking lot, however, made it almost impossible to use big plants.
CorTen® steel can be used for different purposes. A good example is this project in Copenhagen.
The client wanted a durable green element within the school. Therefore the architect opted for a contrasting look with green and CorTen® steel.
Located in the beautiful Hyde Park the world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid designed a new wing for the Serpentine Gallery. The building reflects her architectual style.
In 2013, the owners bought an old townhouse in the centre of Antwerp. After the renovations inside, they got to work on the little courtyard.
For this lush garden the contractor chose sleek edging. The CorTen® steel that has an exceptional thickness of 10mm, provides a robust and durable solution.
Jumeirah Group, the global luxury hospitality company and a member of Dubai Holding, celebrated the opening of its first European establishment in April 2012.
At the request of Garsy®, landscaping artist Benoît Fondu created a complete boxwood garden at a private garden in Merksplas, Belgium.
In 2010 the global group Umicore, specialised in materials technology, opened a new head office next to the existing factory in Hoboken, Antwerp.
To provide a pleasant outdoor space to the habitants of a new housing complex, the architect decided to create green area with planters on the roof of the building.
The CorTen® steel planters made it possible to install green volumes on the roof of this building.
This exceptional design for the substantial project at Hyde Park was achieved through the use of high quality stainless steel. The customized edging of Garsy creates artistic boxwood figures.
Architect Benoît Fondu designed a garden in which the artwork of the resident should stand out. He created differences in height to bring dynamism. So he developed a staircase in CorTen® steel.
Our Greenwall is used as an eyecatcher in the courtyard of this hairsalon. The architect wanted to prolong the design of the interior to the exterior. And with great success!
We are increasingly looking for sustainable solutions to integrate more greenery in urban areas.