The Sunken Garden, Kensington Palace

2021

Dannatt, Johnson Architects are proud to have worked for Historic Royal Palaces with garden designer Pip Morrison to complete the archi­tec­tural detailing, conser­vation design and specific­ation of the paths, walls, pond and plinth in the sunken garden at Kensington Palace to create the setting for the install­ation of the new statue of Diana Princess of Wales.

The statue was created by Ian Rank-Broadley and was unveiled on the 1st of July by Prince William and Prince Harry.

Client: Historic Royal Palaces

Filed to: Culture and Community, Heritage, Public Realm

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Photo Credit: Historic Royal Palaces