Published by Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at University of Greenwich, London

Author: berthaf


  • A Poem with a difference

    A Poem with a difference

    In life, there’s always something, may it be a song, a poem, an object, etc. whatever it maybe, that will make you look at life in a slightly different angle. What was the “thing” that made the change for you? For me, it was a poem called ‘Leisure’ by William Henry Davies. You see, I’ve always […]

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  • ADD SUDS INTO BORING GREEN SPACES

    ADD SUDS INTO BORING GREEN SPACES

    I was thinking the other day how boring some parks are. Mostly in estates, you’ll find that you get a “square or rectangular” shaped green space and that’s it. And most of them are underused. I honestly don’t have anything against green squares but I do have an issue with those that are just there […]

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  • MY NEIGHBOURHOOD: CROYDON

    MY NEIGHBOURHOOD: CROYDON

    Croydon is one of those areas where I find it really difficult to navigate. It’s a big town with a population of 52,00+ and It’s my local borough (though I wouldn’t like to admit it) In the two years that I’ve been living here, I have yet to fall in love with it. And since […]

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