Blue Market, Bermondsey – how to revive your local outdoor trading hub for £2m Stallholders in south-east London have been instrumental in driving an exemplary urban design project to regenerate the community By Rowan MooreSun 7 Nov 2021 Bermondsey’s ‘charming and relaxed’ Blue Market with the clock tower at its centre: ‘The care and thought … Continuer la lecture
Architecture Rewilding our cities: beauty, biodiversity and the biophilic cities movement New York’s Highline shows that even the densest city environment can be rewilded, creating habitats for native species and green spaces for the community. Photograph: Gary Hershorn/Getty Images Buildings covered in plants do more than just make the cityscape attractive – they contribute to … Continuer la lecture
Dressing for a Hotter Planet: In India, Designers Honor the Natural Sustainability of Artisan Crafts By Sneha Mehta Photography by Tenzin Lhagyal and Ashish Shah April 22, 2021 If there’s one thing that unites India’s 1.3 billion people, it is heat. Even in a country with a variety of regional climates—from tropical to Himalayan alpine—hot, … Continuer la lecture
Skinny towers: with few prime city sites left, Sydney and Melbourne are going tall and slim Sydney’s Pencil Tower hotel will be 6.4 metres wide, 100 metres high and 34 metres deep. An ingenious solution – or foolhardy? Neil Durbach, architect of the proposed Pencil Tower hotel, says ‘each [hotel] room is super compact, it’s … Continuer la lecture
Finalists in design contest plan communal gardens to boost social integration on estates Direct link to The Guardian By Robert Booth Social affairs correspondent Sun 23 Aug 2020 15.13 BST Igloo has proposed car-free, self-build estates with communal gardens. Photograph: Homes for the Future Could it be farewell to the traditional back garden? Architects shortlisted by … Continuer la lecture
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WWOOF is a worldwide movement and networking platform whose aim is to link volunteers with organic farmers and growers, to promote cultural and educational experiences based on trust and non-monetary exchange, thus helping to build a sustainable, global community. As volunteers (or WWOOFers ) people live alongside their host helping with daily tasks and experiencing … Continuer la lecture