erz worked with public arts charity NVA on the development of the St. Peter’s/Kilmahew project which sought to deliver a creative and interactive landscape in response to the site’s A listed seminary buildings and the surrounding natural landscape.

The St. Peter’s/Kilmahew project is a model for a new creative and productive landscape. The history and qualities of the site are used as inspiration for durational public art commissions and the Invisible College, an international educational research network.

The masterplan explores and describes the interventions required to realise the creative ambitions – both physically and programmatically. The proposals are underpinned by a detailed and comprehensive understanding of the history of the site along with its natural and cultural features.

Neighbourhood Planning Award, Landscape Institute Awards, 2012