King William Street Roof Terrace Completed


The roof garden at 33 King William Street has been designed to maximise useable roof space, providing an enhanced experience of nature in an urban environment and to make it feel grounded to take in the exceptional views.

The naturalistic planting concept includes large areas of perennial plant mixes interspersed by swathes of grasses covering undulating mounds. Meandering paths open onto smaller and larger hard landscape areas of natural sandstone or timber decking, and lawn areas. Additionally views are channelled with judiciously placed flowering specimen shrubs on the mounded plant beds.

Bespoke benches and an events bar have been especially designed and developed with a timber craftsman. The forms are sinuous and organic, synonymous with the naturalistic approach to the overall garden concept and planting design. This includes species to maximize biodiversity for both flora and fauna across the seasons.