13 September 2018 East India Dock Public Realm – Dock Garden/ the client and design team celebrate the new public water garden, open now 24/7 for all.
24 April 2018 East India Dock Public Realm – Dock Garden/ the new water garden taking shape in the temporarily drained canal; the bespoke designed gabion structure was devised to facilitate new planting habitat and biodiversity for the concrete channel, and next awaits installation of aquatic and marginal planting (supplied by Anglo Aquatic Nursery).
2017 Kingston School of Art: (Masters + Post Graduate Landscape Architecture) Design Studio/ In Semester 02 we were based at the floating Pier House, Hermitage Moorings, Wapping (designed/ inhabited by co-tutor and architect Anna Versteeg): mapping the context, and other variations of process and patterns, from positions on land and water; closely observing + experiencing the 7m daily tidal range at specific times and dates; towards making new design strategies and propositions.
15 January 2015 Rethinking the Urban Landscape – Creating the Liveable City/ an exhibition of 45 national and international landscape projects, organised by the Landscape Institute/ showing at the Building Centre, London
“Showcasing some of the UK’s most powerful contemporary landscape projects, including King’s Cross and the Olympic Park, alongside small, community-led schemes including pocket parks and community allotments, and a number of award-winning schemes from overseas, the exhibition will highlight the importance of investing in green infrastructure if our cities are to become more liveable, healthy and safe.“
Featuring Arundel Square/ ”Not only does it provide a lung, it gives the community a heart too”, Annie Miller, local resident.
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