Cycle revolution – featured in the Landscape Journal – Autumn 2020, Landscape: Green Recovery, by Landscape Institute.
The article presents an overview of how our relationship with cities changed in the context of COVID-19 and how various cities in the UK and Europe responded to the increased number of cyclists during the first lockdown. The text introduces an argument for the Green Recovery with Green Cycling Infrastructure.
The Journal can be accessed here. For Cycle Revolution check out pages 19-22.
You can read the article directly here, or download it as a PDF for offline reading.
‘Every Step You Take… – Smart Infrastructure micro-interventions, The City Building, Competition (with TLP) – Shortlisted.
Followed by the Talk and Presentation of the shortlisted entry, delivered at the Building Centre.
‘Phytoremediation and Landscape Architecture’ at ECOBUILD London (now futurebuild), Design Fringe – PechaKucha talk.
Healthy Places Competition – Advocating for better cycling, walking and micro-mobility infrastructure.
The entry proposed the creation of an Inner Green Belt (IGB) circling around the heart of the city, similarly to the ‘Outer’ Green Belt circling around Greater London. The IGB would be completed with the Cycle Bridge connecting Canada Water and Limehouse. The second part of the proposal argued for the Cycle Routes Thames Paths along both sides of the Thames.
Moving Into Green: Green infrastructure for Dagenham South – an entry to Highline for London Competition, published on the New London Landscape website.
‘The Great Fen Visitor Centre’ – wetland masterplan designed by MWA and led by Foster Lomas Architects. Shortlisted entry.
‘New Square for Kirkby in Ashfield’ Student Design Competition by OPUN, (teamwork with Patricia Paegle) – 1st Prize winner.
‘Notes from Nepal. The importance of work placement’ – Article for ‘Zielen i Forma’ landscape architecture magazine (publication in Polish).
‘Spatial Development for The Witos’ Avenue in Lublin, Poland’ competition – Runner Up (teamwork)