Is this London’s most dramatic water feature?
A cavernous subterranean water garden up to 50 metres across is at the heart of a proposed makeover of one of London’s biggest squares. The dramatic “water feature” will be under Grosvenor Square in Mayfair:
“The garden, part of plans drawn up by the Duke of Westminster’s family property company Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, would be a “celebration of rain” where “water will be absorbed into a sponge-like roof, filtered and then transported around the square for use in watering and storage.”
The plans build on a growing desire for more green spaces in London which put nature and biodiversity at its heart.
Would you like to spend time in nature in the heart of the city?