Jeremy is a multidisciplinary designer with a particular focus on the historic, the sustainable and wilding landscapes.
Jeremy Rye is an award-winning designer, Landscape Architect and teacher with 16 years of professional experience working with a variety of private and commercial clients across London and Europe.
His schemes have won awards, the most notable being the London Planning Awards 2016. Best New Public Space. A current project has been shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival 2021 award.
He has worked with clients such as The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, Jesus College, Oxford, Queens College, Oxford, John Lewis PLC, British Land, The Corporation of the City of London, St Ethelburga’s Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, The University of East London, The University of Wolverhampton and the London Borough of Croydon. He has also collaborated with such notable architects as Squire and Partners, MICA Architects, Dixon Jones, ADD/UK, APE Architecture and Design and Atelier Architecture and Design
Throughout his career Jeremy has spoken at events and organisations that look to increase people’s understanding of the importance that landscape plays in our lives. Such organisations include Low Carbon Design Institute, London Landscape, Gatekeeper Trust, St. Ethelburga’s Peace and Reconciliation Centre and Rudolf Steiner House.