Love Architecture enters NIC competition for Oxford-Cambridge corridor with ConnectedCities methodology
In a consortium lead by Build-Eco, Love Architecture has entered the National Infrastructure Commission's competition for development of the Oxford - Milton Keynes - Cambridge corridor. The proposal is to encourage existing settlements to reorganise into ConnectedCities so that they can together plan their growth.
Love Architecture have formed a consortium of leading rail experts to make a submission to the Dft/ RIBA Tomorrow's Train Design Today competition.
The competition is calling for new design solutions to improve passenger rolling stock across the GB rail network. The Love Architecture consortium are proposing an innovative new approach to this unique design challenge...
Love Architecture has submitted an entry to the Wolfson Prize 2016.
This highly prestigious competition involves creating a vision for new Garden Cities for 21st Century Britain.
Love Architecture's submission takes a fresh look at the Garden City concept. Inspired by Howard's original vision our approach seeks to create a series of walkable settlements along rail corridors. Taken together they would form a ConnectedCity - a linear Garden City..
Find out more about our vision for a ConnectedCity.
Love Architecture have been commissioned by Clerkenwell Preservation Society to undertake a major public realm study for Clerkenwell Green.
The square has a rich heritage of public gatherings and protests but has, in recent times, been dominated by car parking.
Love Architecture's study involves considering various options for re-instating the square as public space, improving connections for pedestrians and cyclists as well as restoring its role as a place to stop and enjoy through seating and soft and hard landscaping.
Love Architecture have been awarded silver in the Built Environment and Architectural Heritage category of the Green Apple awards for our work on promoting sustainability through the ConnectedCities project.
ConnectedCities is a vision for new compact, walkable developments, focused around existing and new railway stations. When grouped together, along an existing rail corridors, these developments (some existing, some new) form a ConnectedCity.
The awards were presented by Doreen Lawrence at the National Self-Build and Renovation Centre on 24 June 2013.
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