Category Archives: gardens

Parks and people: innovative participation in public urban green space.

Following an award of a Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship in 2016, I travelled to Germany and North America to explore innovative participation in public urban green space. My research focused on urban parks and green space in relation to public

Parks and people: innovative participation in public urban green space.

Following an award of a Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship in 2016, I travelled to Germany and North America to explore innovative participation in public urban green space. My research focused on urban parks and green space in relation to public

City Repair – intersection repair

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Portland, Oregon, US ‘What makes a place great? Public places are the geographical glue that binds a community together. These spaces are friendly, secure, distinctive and well-integrated into

City Repair – intersection repair

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Portland, Oregon, US ‘What makes a place great? Public places are the geographical glue that binds a community together. These spaces are friendly, secure, distinctive and well-integrated into

Princezzinnen Garten, Berlin

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Berlin, 14th June 2016 Princezzinnen Garten (Princess Garden) is on the south side of Motizplatz, Kreuzberg, Berlin, off a busy roundabout in the city centre. It’s an urban

Princezzinnen Garten, Berlin

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Berlin, 14th June 2016 Princezzinnen Garten (Princess Garden) is on the south side of Motizplatz, Kreuzberg, Berlin, off a busy roundabout in the city centre. It’s an urban

Impossible Forest

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Berlin, 7th June 2016 Jared Gardinger’s ‘Impossible Forest’ garden at Ufer Studios, Wedding.           A long late Tuesday afternoon spent with dancer, choreographer and

Impossible Forest

WCMT Fellowship 2016 research: innovation in participation in public urban green space. Berlin, 7th June 2016 Jared Gardinger’s ‘Impossible Forest’ garden at Ufer Studios, Wedding.           A long late Tuesday afternoon spent with dancer, choreographer and

An encounter, an imaginative journey – A creative response to Hollow from Andreea Stan

Originally posted on Public Art Now:
As I walked down the path of Royal Fort Gardens, I could spot Hollow from a distance, coming into view in fragments, between tree branches. The structure first reminded me of the conglomerate buildings…

An encounter, an imaginative journey – A creative response to Hollow from Andreea Stan

Originally posted on Public Art Now:
As I walked down the path of Royal Fort Gardens, I could spot Hollow from a distance, coming into view in fragments, between tree branches. The structure first reminded me of the conglomerate buildings…

Imbolc Flowers 1 2016

Imbolc Flowers

Crocus, Hellebore, Knautia Macedonica, Sarcococca confusa. A first for picking a Knautia flower at the same time as a Crocus. Sweet box, here comes the light.    

Imbolc Flowers 1 2016

Imbolc Flowers

Crocus, Hellebore, Knautia Macedonica, Sarcococca confusa. A first for picking a Knautia flower at the same time as a Crocus. Sweet box, here comes the light.    

Witch hazel leaf in autumn with all its golds and browns

witch hazel – the wear and tear of weather

the golden yellow, receding green, summer sun turned rusty brown, cracked and holed, veins deepening, the buds appearing furry and dense, ready for February; so interesting this anticipation, winter doesn’t seem so bad.  

Witch hazel leaf in autumn with all its golds and browns

witch hazel – the wear and tear of weather

the golden yellow, receding green, summer sun turned rusty brown, cracked and holed, veins deepening, the buds appearing furry and dense, ready for February; so interesting this anticipation, winter doesn’t seem so bad.