• Client
    St. Antony’s College
  • Location
    Oxford

St Antony’s College is the most international of the seven graduate colleges of the University of Oxford, specialising in international relations, economics, politics, and history.

The £7.5 million development project comprised two graduate accommodation buildings and offices, Porters’ Lodge, and restoration of areas of external realm including designing a new garden quad.

An important design element was the integration of a contemporary landscape with the innovative building and the sensitive context of neighbouring listed buildings and mature trees.

Our tasks included the appraisal of the existing external realm, providing early design advice on the retention and enhancement of key assets and identifying opportunities for new design interventions. We provided services from planning through to construction.

Awards

Civic Trust Award Winner.
National BALI Awards Principal Winner ‘Hard Landscaping Construction – under £300K’.
Plaque in New Building category – Oxford Preservation Trust Awards.

Our expertise

Environmental Design

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Landscape Architecture

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Ecology

Our ecologists will help you understand the biodiversity potential of your site We will get to know your site and build a consultancy relationship that you can depend on Our ecological site surveys [...]

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Visualisation

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