Public Art

Capturing the terroir of a site through art.

Public art and landscape can work very powerfully together, and telling the story of a site’s historic and archaeological background through an art strategy can help to retain the authenticity of a development site. We work with our public art consultant to deliver exciting pieces of art within the public realm, often reflecting the history, wildlife and geology of the site.

Not only does public art provide interest to the landscape, but it can enhance the value of a development. The feature horses at Goodman’s Fields have won several landscape awards forming integral parts of the public realm, which are enjoyed by the whole community.

Murdoch Wickham strives to create successful spaces for communities to use and enjoy.

Our vast range of experience and passion for design excellence allows us to enhance the environment, both sustainably and for the community.
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