Anushka Athique (MALA, PgCert, MA, BA Hons) is a designer, lecturer and researcher working in Landscape Architecture and Urbanism. She approaches the discipline from an experiential perspective; finding the moments when the human body meets the temporal qualities of landscape and seeing how these liminal actions and processes can create functional spaces.
Anushka has taught across Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Greenwich. She has worked with The Decorators, Local Works Studio, KLA, and FFLO on projects including the Barking Riverside Placemaking Implementation Plan and Victoria Street Greening Strategy. She has also written for Landscape: The Journal of the Landscape Institute and Testing-Ground.
Before studying Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich (Distinction 2016) Anushka completed a MA in Scenography at Central Saint Martins (UAL) and worked within the Public and Live Arts sector. Projects such as What Do You Care About?, Repair Stations, and Walking Projects have been supported by the Arts Council and Phoenix Art Gallery. Her practice focused on providing opportunities where the public / audience can form a dialogue with their everyday surroundings.