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Happy New Year all and welcome back to The Green Room! It’s our first episode of the year and we’re kicking off with a bang. We’re joined by Mike Wilderink of The Outdoor Deck Company for an eye-opening discussion on how fire safety regulations have changed over the past 2 years, the impact on our industry and what it means for landscape architects. We also touch on how regulations have influenced our approach to design and the way we use materials.
Jane Findlay, president of the Landscape Institute joins us in The Green Room this month for an insightful discussion around landscape architecture. We touch on the value of great landscape architecture and the impact it can have on society, how the Landscape Institute is actively raising the profile the profession and most importantly, why landscape architects should have ‘a seat at the table’.
Nivedita Vijayan of Jacobs joins Catherine in The Green Room this month for a discussion around Urban Design and why it needs to be considered much earlier in the planning and design process. She talks about her growth and experiences in the design industry, the impact of great Urban Design in our communities and she touches on her work with Urban Design London.
We are joined in The Green Room this month by Simon Pitkeathley (Chief Executive of Camden Highline & Camden Town Unlimited) for a chat about the much anticipated Camden Highline aka London’s new park in the sky. We discuss how the project came about, how it has and continues to engage the local community, why James Corner Field Operations were chosen and the impact Covid had on development.
Landscape architect Claire Hobart of Grants Associates joins Catherine in The Green Room this month for a discussion around the Covid. They discuss the impact the pandemic has had on our cities, how the public’s views of outdoor spaces and priorities have changed, the Inequality in access to green space in urban environments and what we can do to equalise this.
We kick off series 3 discussing the Urban Nature project with the brains behind the project at Natural History Museum and J&L Gibbons.
Welcome to The Green Room, #Decarbonised. A five-part series of discussions tackling sustainability with key heads in our network.
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