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Place: 2 London Wall, Barbican, London EC2Y 5AU


Time: By arrangement

Why tour this project?

For many architects and landscape designers, the whole space at London Wall Place is a stunning example of green infrastructure and urban design.  With the planting design and the living walls being a key part of the project, and with multiple technicalities and challenges throughout the process, it's a good example of how we can design to suit a variety of locations and find solutions to the challenges.

Steve McIntyre, our Principal Urban Environment Consultant and the main team member at ANS who worked on the project, leads these tours, and they can take from 30 minutes up to 1 hour, depending on questions.

Take a look at the case study here to see more of the location.

If you have any questions about the tours at London Wall, please do get in touch and we can discuss!