erz partnered with The David Livingstone Trust for over a decade, delivering a landscape masterplan and a suite of design projects that support the work of the museum.

There are eleven hectares of remarkable historic landscape associated with the David Livingstone Birthplace Museum. Within the landscape of Livingstone’s boyhood, on the edge of the upper Clyde, we have created natural play areas, riverside trails, suites of signage, and most recently a sensitive reworking of the spaces in and around the historic tenement where Livingstone was born.

Awards & Mentions
  • Excellence in Landscape Design, Landscape Institute Awards
  • Healthcare award, RICS Scotland
  • Design for Health and Wellness, European Healthcare Design
The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

Landscape Masterplan, 2010

The Zambezi Trail

Early design development for the Zambezi trail, way marking a trail head.

Designs for a gathering space in an old quarry surrounded by ancient woods.

A viewpoint on the Zambezi Trail looking across the Clyde to Bothwell castle.

The David Livingstone Birthplace Civic Realm

‘The Works’ Natural Play Area