The organisation behind RHS Chelsea Repurposed at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2024, explain their mission and aims

Daryl Moore and Cityscapes Cityscapes

Cityscapes was originally launched in 2012 by Darryl Moore and Adolfo Harrison to bring new dynamic approaches to the way the urban environment is designed, managed and inhabited, by creating innovative temporary and permanent parks, gardens and installations that are surprising, thought provoking, accessible and inclusive.

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Embracing a cross-disciplinary collaborative approach, Cityscapes projects transform neglected and underused spaces into multi-functional places, bringing together people and plants in ways that command attention, encourage investigation and facilitate engagement, whilst embracing flexibility to ensure ecological, economic and social sustainability.
Environmentally low-impact design solutions and reuse of materials are central to the design ethos. An ecologically informed approach to plant communities is a the heart of Cityscapes work.
Cityscapes works in partnership with designers, artists, cultural organisations, councils, business improvement districts, hospitals and community groups. Projects include pocket parks, garden installations, rain gardens, public realm planting and masterplanning. The St Mungo’s Putting Down Roots garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022 was subsequently relocated to Southwark Crown Court at  London Bridge City.
The RHS Feature Garden at Chelsea Flower Show 2024 is designed by Darryl Moore with associate designer Toby Magee.
Cityscapes is a not-for-profit social enterprise.

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