Agence Ter has won the competition to convert the N-II metropolitan infrastructure for the Area Metropolitana de Barcelona.
The panoramic road project proposed by Agence Ter articulates a new pedestrian and cycle path on a balcony overlooking the valley of Llobregat. The highway transformation proposals serve as the basis for the metropolitan master plan.
Team: Agence Ter, Ana Coello, Cerle, Trazado


Agence Ter has been selected for the first phase of the ZhangYuan competition in the JingAn district of Shanghai. The emblematic shopping district was imagined with a continuity of gardens on multiple levels.
Team: Agence Ter, Concepto

National Pulse Memorial & Museum – Orlando

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Camden Highline – London, United Kingdom

Camden Town Unlimited have just announced the results of the first stage of the London Camden Highline design competition. Agence Ter and its team made up of Explorations Architecture, Buro Happold, Donald Insall Associates, Speirs + Major and Wayward are very happy to be part of the shortlist of 5 deign teams!
The Highline’s program is ambitious, it aims to transform the elevated railway between Camden Town and Kings Cross into a new green artery for London, a popular public space for meeting and sharing. “THE FEAST” is for us the start of a fertile urban conversation between the living worlds. It is possible to create resource spaces in the city where humans, plants and animals meet! A forest garden 8 m above the ground, the project proposes to connect the spaces around the notion of a “feast” to create an edible urban ecotone.

Agence TER Exhibition – Living soils

Natural ecosystems in cities, bioclimatic public spaces, parks and neighborhoods designed as hydrological modulation systems, forest cities, metropolitan terroirs: for more than 30 years Agence Ter has been exploring ways of incorporating living environments into urban areas and of using landscaping projects to provide climate services.
Henri Bava, Michel Hössler, Olivier Philippe and their team, who were awarded the prestigious Grand Prix de l’Urbanisme in 2018, now present an exhibition-manifesto centered round “living soil” as the foundation for urban and regional resilience. Cross-sections are the exhibition’s central medium. They are able to show the complexity of a site, covering all its horizons, its visible and invisible layers from the biosphere to the sub-soil. Cross-sections are the starting point for many of Agence Ter’s projects. Symbolic of the horizon, they define the art of landscape design. Inspiring, they are presented in the form of vibrant, living paintings.
The exhibition is designed as a cabinet of curiosities showcasing the firm’s projects and will include a round table bringing together experts from different environmental professions.


This summer, the inauguration of the first instalment of the Anfa district has provided 50 hectares of landscaped park to the city of Casablanca. On an urban scale, the park is a green belt evocative of the Landscape Cities of the Moroccan protectorate described by landscape designer Mounia Bennani in her book on Rabat, Marrakech, Meknes, Fez and Casablanca. The neighborhood, currently under construction was designed by Reinchen -Robert Agent, Agence TER, Concepto, Group 3, Yda Architects and MB Landscape.


The construction of public spaces in the future Citadel and Starlette districts has begun in Strasbourg. The SPL Deux Rives, the city of Strasbourg and the Eurometropole share the landscape and urban planning project carried out by Agence TER. The 75 Ha phase connects Strasbourg to the city of Kehl, on the German bank of the Rhine. The banks welcomed 115 trees delivered per barge as another step towards completion.
Photo credits: Thierry Muller Group and SPL Deux-Rive


Nature brings life to the U4 High Furnace Park created by Agence TER. The site was shortlisted among the 14 sites to become the “favorite monument of the French.”


Follow the development of the territorial parc of the Valley of the Vilaine with Kultur Bretagne:
“A local elected official, a landscape designer, a cultural urban planner, a land art artist and an agroecology researcher, unravelling the story of the project at the gates of the city of Rennes. Taking an innovative course, including a local cultural approach of the territory.”

neighborhood in FLEURY-SUR-ORNE

The plantations of the future neighboorhood, des Hauts de l’Orne will be constructed with trees, grass shrubs and perennials from the nursery, created by the TER Agency and The Normandie Amenagement over two years ago ! Here, the nursery temporarily uses the space of the last phase of the constructions in order to be innovative whilst respecting the specific ambitions of the eco-neighborhood. The nursery pre-thinks the project sustainably by getting the trees used to the ground and to the climatic condition of the site. Ecologically practical for the carbon footprint of the project during the contruction phase, the nursery also became a ressource to welcome biodiversity and it’s inhabitants’ pleasure.