This text provides a short summary of a larger submission to the Architectural Associations’ Environmental Tectonics’ competition. The text describes a 2004 urban design study for the Thames Gateway exploring strategies for implementing Continuous Productive Urban Landscapes. The study was undertaken for the London Assembly’s architecture and urbanism unit.
|Title of host publication||Environmental Techtonics: Forming Climate Change|
|Place of Publication||London UK|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 24 Nov 2008|
Bibliographical noteThis short article summarises design research undertaken by Bohn, Viljoen & Pena-Diaz, exploring strategies for implementing Continuous Productive Urban Landscapes within the Thames Gateway (proposed area for future expansion of London). Supported by the University of Brighton, (School of Architecture & Design and Faculty of Arts & Architecture Centre for Research and Development) and the London Assembly’s Architecture and Urbanism Unit.
- Continuous Productive Urban Landscapes (CPULs)Sustainable City
- Ecological Footprint
- Productive Landscape
- Urban Agriculture
- Urban Design
- Thames Gateway