Welcome to Spacehub.
We are an innovative and passionate practice specialising in landscape architecture, urban design and ecology. Based in East London, the practice is led by Giles Charlton and Tom Smith.
Since our inception in 2010, we have established a reputation for delivering high-quality designs at a wide range of scales, from major planning applications for developments such as The Goodsyard in Shoreditch to the on-site delivery of prominent public realm schemes such as London Wall Place in the City of London.
Our approach is highly collaborative – from the way we work with clients and other members of the design team, to the way we operate as a studio. We are a small core team, working regularly with a proven network of specialist consultants. This means we are able to offer our clients a highly responsive, personal and flexible service, with access to an extensive range of creative skills and technical expertise.
We design public realm and landscape that is specific and memorable. Our design process rigorously explores a site’s complexities so that we can reveal and amplify its unique qualities, ultimately delivering simple yet creative design solutions. This means listening and understanding; being responsive to site, nature, context and culture.
We are passionate about design and enjoy our work. We are doing something different – adding value for our clients by addressing their requirements in a resourceful, creative and friendly way.
Take a look at our work and get in touch.
Argent, Augur Investments Ltd, Ballymore Property Group, Barratt West London, Barratt London, Beetham Organisation, Berkeley Homes, Brookfield Multiplex, Cardy Construction / Broche Group, CCURV (Croydon Council Urban Regeneration Vehicle), City of London, CPNI (Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure), Coldpark, CIT, Dairy Crest, Executec, Ferrexpo, Highgate Hotels, 4C Hotels, Guildhouse, Goldcrest, Government of Gibraltar, Hammerson, HPM Development, John Laing, K2 Property Ltd, Koopmans, London Buildings Ltd, Mount Anvil, Network Rail, Oxford Properties, Pinewood Studios, Redrow Homes Ltd, Sainsbury’s, SEGRO, Sellar Properties, Silk Property, Slough Borough Counci, S2 Estates, TAG Aviation Farnborough, Vitek Tracz, UKRegeneration, Victoria BID, Wellsborough Developments Ltd, Westfield
Acme, Allies + Morrison Architects, Architecture 00, Assael, Atomik, bblur architecture, Bell Phillips Architects, BFLS, Brady Mallalieu, Chapman Taylor, Chassay Studio, Chetwoods Architects, Chris Dyson Architects, Conran + Partners, Davies Maguire + Whitby, DMFK, DSDHA, EPR, Farrells, FaulknerBrowns Architects, Fielden Clegg Bradley, Fletcher Priest, Formation Architects, Gensler, Simpson Haugh Architects, Jestico + Whiles, John Thompson + Partners, KLA, KPF, Macdonald Wright Architects, Make Architects, Mikhail Riches, PLP Architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects, Rolfe Judd, Rural Office for Architecture, S333, Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects, StockWool, Studio Weave, WCEC, Zaha Hadid Architects
Arup, Barton Willmore, Buro Happold, CBRE, CGMS, DOB Landscape Architecture, Daniel Bell Garden Architects, DP9, Fitton Associates, Fountains Direct, Future City, Gardiner + Theobald, Gifford, GVA Grimley, Indigo Planning, Jason Bruges Studio, Kinnear Landscape Architects, Landscape Planning, Max Fordham, OSCS, Peter Brett Associates, Quod, Rolfe Judd, Speirs + Major, Studio Engleback, Studio Fractal, Tim O’hare Associates, Thomas + Adamson, Uniform, WYG, WSP.
Urban Design Group
New London Architecture (NLA)
BALI Awards 2018 – Winner (Caring Wood)
Global Excellence Awards – Residential Project of The Year 2018 Winner (Dollar Bay)
London Planning Awards – ‘Best Place to Live’ 2017/8 Winner (Abel + Cleland Houses)
Evening Standard ‘New Homes Award’ 2017 (Abel + Cleland Houses)
BALI Award 2017 – Winner (Dollar Bay)
RIBA House of the Year 2017 – Winner (Caring Wood)
NLA Awards International 2017 –Shortlisted (Ferrexpo)
NLA Awards 2015 – Public Spaces Commended (The Goodsyard)
NLA Awards 2012 – Public Spaces Shortlisted (London Wall Place)
Landscape Institute Awards 2011 – Winner