We work on a wide range of commercial, community and funded projects.
Since the rise of social distancing, erz. studio wanted to find a way for people to be together in a safe and comfortable space. This was when the HALO Gardens project was born. With our help, these outdoor sanctuaries are now popping up across Glasgow. Currently, there are gardens at Royal Alexandra and Queen Elizabeth University Hospitals, along with Yoker, Stobhill and Burton-on-Trent.
In partnership with erz. Landscape, The Gro Garden is designed to be a wellbeing, art and greenspace where visitors and staff of Queen Elizabeth University Hospital can rest and relax in. We helped by constructing screens, frames and a wide range of seating, all from reclaimed wood.
Possil Concrete Garden
Take a look at the award winning project we worked on with erz which demonstrates bringing derelict and vacant land into interim use for food growing.
Partick Community Garden
Partick Housing Association asked ERZ to develop a community growing project within the back court of a mixed use block in the middle of the West End of Glasgow. See how we helped in the building and construction of the space.
Greyfriars Community Garden
As part of the SAGE (Sow and Grow Everywhere) initiative, erz asked us to help build a whole host of structures for their site located in the heart of Merchant City.
Kilmarnock YMCA’s outdoor space was a dilapidated car park. Our challenge was to turn this car park into a beautiful green space – with lots of growing areas and two separate covered areas with seating.
“The Back Garden” – Possil Community Garden
A patch of derelict reclaimed industrial land adjacent to the new Possilpark Health and Care Centre was crying out for the touch of green fingers and the promise of future growth.
Possil Health Centre
Glasgow Wood used recycled timber to create this stunning structure for Possilpark Health and Care Centre, which proves especially popular during summer.