Oliver Duguid is a chartered landscape architect with a proven track record in the successful design and delivery of a number of large-scale, high-end residential, leisure and commercial developments across the UK and internationally. He seeks to use innovative and graphical techniques to create and characterise contemporary landscapes.
He has been involved in a wide range of contemporary urban realm projects, from high-end residential developments in central London, such as the RIBA Stirling prize-shortlisted NEO Bankside in Southwark, to prestigious commercial headquarters and diplomatic projects within sensitive urban centres.
Oliver was responsible for the delivery of a contemporary yet respectful public realm and civic space for New Scotland Yard, a new headquarters for the Metropolitan Police Service’s (MPS) that sits within the Whitehall Conservation Area, as well as public realm proposals for a new headquarters for ITV and a sensitive green campus and meadow roof for the multi-award-winning Macallan Distillery and Visitor Centre in Scotland.
He is currently working on a number of prestigious international projects, including and a commercial tower in Toronto’s South Core neighbourhood at 30 Bay Street, a two-tower development in Bogotá, Colombia and a dramatic and choreographed landscape setting for the new Shenzhen Science and Technology Museum in China.