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Cultivating consistency in design

A patch of semi-wasteland in the blighted environs of King's Cross, the slick world of Canary Wharf as its development gets a second wind: landscape architect J & L Gibbons seems as at home in either, and able to engage creatively with both community and commercial needs. Is this engagement largely pragmatic and chameleon-like, or does a consistent language of design inform the practice's response?

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