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This profile was last updated on 1/30/14  and contains information from public web pages.

Freelance Landscape Consultant

Local Address:  London , United Kingdom
Private Consultant

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Des Moines Water Works Announces Finalists for Water Works Park Design Competition | Des Moines Water Works, 10 Dec 2013 [cached]
Matthew Getch, Martha Schwartz Partners, London, England
Martha Schwartz Partners (MSP) - About - Team - Directors, 14 Jan 2014 [cached]
Matthew Getch
As the Design Director of Martha Schwartz Partners, and with over 15 years of experience as a landscape architect, Matthew has participated on a plethora of projects located around the world with a variety of world-renowned architects.
Martha Schwartz Partners (MSP), 7 May 2012 [cached]
Matthew Getch Design Director Matthew Getch is a Landscape Architect with 12 years of experience and has worked in both the UK and the US for a number of award winning design practices. Matthew is an accomplished designer with expertise in creating memorable spaces within the urban realm as well as mixed-use development schemes and master plans.
Matthew Getch, Martha ... [cached]
Matthew Getch, Martha Schwartz Partners, London.
Landscape Institute, 11 June 2014 [cached]
A proposal from a team led by UK-based landscape architects Matthew Getch and Maciej Woroniecki came second overall in the recent Detroit by Design ideas competition, and first in the competition's People's Choice Award.
A habitat hotel in wetlands act as a refuge for species in Matthew Getch and team's Detroit by Design proposal. Detroit masterplan
After an in depth review of the competition's goals, explains Getch, it became clear that the gentrification of a single urban space without taking a holistic view of the entire river front network, was not benefiting the city, nor was it addressing 'the social, economic and ecological concerns which plague it'.
The intention of the Getch/Woroniecki proposal was to create a riverfront like no other, 'a place which is flexible enough to change with its demographics, respond to the new digital, high speed world of technological gadgets, unlimited access to knowledge, information and social media, and provide a rich variety of programme which the citizens of Detroit desperately want and need'.
The goals of this proposal were born from Detroit's apparent weakness, Getch asserts: 'We establish linear interventions which recognise the severed parks and green networks, and utilise them to reconnect the citizens of Detroit back to the riverfront through pedestrian-friendly portals.
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