Landscape institute awards 2012
29 November 2012
Potters Fields Park, London
16 November 2012
Windrush Square - highlighted as a significant contribution to great neighbourhood award - Brixton
“A heart has been created where before there was an unfriendly traffic island" - urbanism awards judge.
CIVIC TRUST AWARD
05 March 2012
Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield 2012
EVELYN GRACE ACADEMY
01 October 2011
Evelyn Grace Academy wins RIBA Stirling prize
21 June 2011
Opening ceremony for Riverside Museum, Glasgow
the hepworth wakefield
21 May 2011
Opening ceremony for The Hepworth Wakefield
19 May 2011
GROSS . MAX . awarded first prize for Tempelhof Park
16 March 2011
Opening ceremony for Turner Contemporary, Margate
ARCHITECT OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2010
11 May 2011
GROSS . MAX . win BD Architect of the Year Award.
30 July 2010
Opening ceremony for Aviva stadium, lansdowne road - Dublin
27 July 2010
GROSS . MAX . shorlisted for park design
JOHN HOPE GATEWAY CENTRE
12 July 2010
RBGE - John Hope Gateway Centre opened by HRH Queen Elizabeth II
Windrush Square, Brixton
18 February 2010
Opened by Boris Johnston
Ideas competition Tempelhofer Feld - Columbiaquartier
14 May 2009
Gross.Max. in collaboration with chora architecture have won one of three equal prices in the international two-stage ideas competition for the development of the former airport site in Berlin...
groundbreaking ceremony for WDPC
05 May 2009
Construction started officially on the Dongdaemun Plaza and Park with the groundbreaking ceremony in the presence of Oh Se-Hoon, mayor of Seoul, as well as Zaha Hadid and Patrick Schumacher of Zaha Hadid architects.
Please all have a look at the official website:
05 May 2009
As of 01.05.2009, Gross.Max. is a limited company, registration number SC280154.
Gross.Max. in the press
05 May 2009
The Times had an excellent artcile today outling some of the idea Gross.Max. has floated for the development of the Kew Gardens Masterplan.
The full text below:
To the gardens by boat: Kew looks at restoring its riverside splendour
The first visitors to the riverside property that would become Kew Gardens alighted from a ferry to stroll through Princess Augusta’s newly planted shrubberies.
Two hundred and fifty years later the river entrance to the Royal Botanic Gardens lacks the elegance it once possessed. Tourists step on to the river bank More...
Gross.Max appointed to develop Kew Gardens Masterplan
02 February 2009
Kew appoints landscape architect
In its 250th year the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (RBG Kew) is commissioning GROSS. MAX. landscape architects to create a long-term plan to shape the Gardens for future generations. This landscape masterplan will be the first comprehensive analysis and design for Kew since William Nesfield’s proposals in the 1840s.
William Nesfield connected up the many Royal gardens that had become a part of Kew giving a coherent plan to the overall site. Since Nesfield, the gardens have gradually transformed as architects More...
GROSS. MAX. shortlisted for KING's CROSS SQUARE COMPETITION
29 January 2009
Gross.Max. has been selected as one of six international teams for the competition for the design of Kings Cross Square in London.
Housesteads visitor Centre
06 December 2008
Gross.Max. has been selected as part of a team lead by Gareth Hoskins architects to develop a new visitor centre for Housesteads Roman Fort in Northumberland.
Exhibition at the zuiderzeemuseum
31 October 2008
As part of the 60th anniversary celebration of the Zuiderzeemuseum in Enkhuizen/NL, Gross.Max has been working with Piet Oudolf to develop a masterplan for the nature area of the museum site.
The proposals will be presented to the public on the 2nd of November at the Zuiderzeemuseum.