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“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
–Leonardo da Vinci
Public and commercial work

Bessborough Gardens, London SW1P 4RP, UK

Bessborough Gardens was named after Lord Granville who was married to The Countess of Bessborough’s niece in the early nineteenth century.Bessborough Gardens were developed in the 1980s by the Crown Estate working with George Wimpey. The houses are built surrounding the gardens.Being situated next to Thames river the area is very windy so to stop the strong winds from river side  and traffic noises from Pimlico, a three layer fountain with 20 feet high wall was proposed in the design .The curved paths and benches with unique shapes  were incorporated in design for people to jog  and relax.