The Landscapists Seminars #39 Dima Zogheib, Arup

Thursday 25 June 2020, 09:00 [UK time], online via Zoom  Dima Zogheib [Arup] >>> Register here +++ Dima Zogheib is an Associate at Arup. She is a chartered landscape designer and urbanist with 14 years’ experience in landscape planning and resilience. She works on designing complex and large-scale landscapes, smaller-scale community initiatives and planning for resilience in cities globally. Her emphasis is on the role … Continue reading The Landscapists Seminars #39 Dima Zogheib, Arup

Chris Moss takes top prize at Green Infrastructure Week event

Soapbox, the winning design by Greenwich graduate Chris Moss, proposed an idea to enable healthy commutes (walking, running and cycling) by providing public showers using harvested rainwater and solar heating. Created from reused shipping containers, the units would also be social centres with their wi-fi and gardens. Solar panels would provide both electricity and shade. The elements would, said Moss, provide symbiotic relationships: A storage tank … Continue reading Chris Moss takes top prize at Green Infrastructure Week event

Landscape projects to mitigate future floods

Landscape architecture projects could be set to significantly reduce future flooding in the UK. SUDS (Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems) are expected to become a requirement of future developments across the UK, an approach advocated by the Landscape Institute and embraced through green infrastructure proposals developed by many landscape architects. The BBC reports that previous delays to these new rules could be about to be opened up. … Continue reading Landscape projects to mitigate future floods