Tuesday 30 March 2021 – Picture Story
Crossorelle Roof Garden
Canary Wharf is giving Londoners a chance of escapism to faraway lands this spring with its latest installation at Crossrail Place Roof Garden, entitled ‘Crossorelle’. Created by artists Baker & Borowski, produced by Anne Lomax and Produce UK, the design is inspired by the Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech and fuses the Moroccan garden’s rich palette and art deco shapes with the exotic flora found at Crossrail Place Roof Garden. It hopes to uplift visitors through the burst of abstract colour and design. ‘Crossorelle’ is free to visit, runs until Saturday 19th June 2021 and can be enjoyed in a socially distanced way, outdoors.
Monday 29 March – Saturday 19 June
Crossrail Place Roof Garden
For further information, please contact:
Canary Wharf Group plc
T: 020 7418 2166
Notes to Editors:
About Canary Wharf Group:
Canary Wharf Group (CWG) is the developer of the largest urban regeneration project in Europe. CWG develops, manages and currently owns interests in approximately 7.5 million square feet of office space, 0.9 million square feet of retail and over 500 Build to Rent apartments.
CWG is the largest sustainable developer in the UK with over 10 million square feet of sustainable certified buildings. CWG also excels operationally having purchased 100% electricity from renewable sources since 2012 and zero waste to landfill since 2009.
CWG has created a 24/7 city where people can live/work/play on the Canary Wharf estate and enjoy all the benefits: great transport links, access to green spaces and waterside living; and a wide range of amenities including an award-winning arts and events programme.
Canary Wharf’s retail offering comprises over 300 shops, including grocery stores, pharmacies, health clubs, bars and restaurants, all within 15 minutes’ walk.
The Company’s current £2.4bn construction activity is composed of 500k square feet of commercial properties and over 1,750 new homes for sale and rent.