Often neglected, landscape structures have significant historic interest and beauty.

The changing nature of parks and gardens makes Landscape Structures difficult to protect. Built features such as follies, walls and bridges can be listed, but because they serve no obvious economic or useful purpose, are too often regarded as superfluous.

Bench Architects have worked on a number of significant landscape structures including, mausolea, garden pavilions, lodges, camellia houses, entrance gates and glasshouses.