A Journal exploring the value of plants and flowers

Wayward

Wayward is a landscape and architecture practice based in London. Consisting of a collective of designers, artists and urban growers, it aims to engage communities in the effective revitalisation of underused land and “meanwhile space”. Its innovative methodologies seek to use stories to connect people through nature. Since 2006, the practice has initiated a diverse range of projects. These have included, the Helsinki Plant Tram; urban farming initiative Farmopolis; and Queen’s Walk Window Gardens, a micro-city of urban allotments for the Southbank Centre. More recently, they have initiated the Urban Physic Garden; a series of public gardens promoting the healing power of plants.

Category
Architecture
Public space
Type
Creative Studio
Founded by
Heather Ring
Founded in
2006
Photos via wayward.co.uk