Radley House Partnership were members of a multidisciplinary design team tasked with creating a new visitor attraction for Historic Royal Palaces at Hampton Court Palace.
Dubbed ‘The Magic Garden’, it was overseen by landscape architects Robert Myers Associates, and is a pleasure garden aimed at younger visitors created within the walls of the historic former Tilt Yard.
New visitor facilities designed by Radley House include the extension and conversion of an existing 1920s pavilion to provide additional seating and house the parks ancillary functions. In addition, a new hexagonal ticket kiosk was created in a complimentary style. The ticket kiosk includes sculptures by artist Andrew Tanser that were incorporated into the final design. Overall the new works were carefully integrated to avoid disturbance to the Scheduled Monument.