Geometry shapes this , Tempus Warf, by landscape designer Amir Schlezinger. As you sit outside watching the sunset, you can relax knowing you’re in a space created just for you, with your ideas and wishes in mind. To Schlezinger, liveable and social spaces are key. How can you not enjoy a roof terrace garden complete with hardwood planks, a stonewall, and specifically placed plants in order to gravitate you to the best possible views of the city? This roof is contemporary with the bold shapes of the planters, the long lines of the hardwood, but it is also classic and easy to maintain design. Evenings are lit up by the warm yellow lights hidden under the planters – relax on a peaceful roof terrace by .
The upper oak deck leads the eye towards Canary Wharf, while the curved planters frame the view to the Gherkin. Hardwood, curved sandstone and linear lighting give balance to a dramatic setting. In the south terrace wave planters reiterate the presence of the Thames, augmented by Lavenders, Ceanothus and Magnolias. SE London, 83 sqm, 3 roof terraces.