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Two small urban design interventions had a disproportionately positive impact on the town centres of Raunds and Irthlingborough.
Spring Gardens homeless shelter was built by the London based charity St Mungo’s to help people rebuild their lives and move on from the hostel to their own homes.
Using Spaceshaper to find out how lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people experience public spaces differently to non-LGBT users.
Seonyudo Park is an award-winning ecological park, created by the conversion of a former water treatment plant.
The Cheonggyecheon Restoration Project created a 5.8km landscaped green pathway that runs alongside the revitalised Cheonggyecheon stream in Seoul, South Korea.
Maggie’s London, designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, was completed in 2008 and won the Stirling Prize for Architecture in 2009.
Integrating three existing Victorian buildings in the heart of the resort to create an arts complex with national clout and local appeal.
An edge of town development which exploits a sloping site to give spectacular views of the sea and the harbour of St Ives.
Fondly known locally as ‘Ballamory’ after the BBC children’s television programme, this housing scheme has raised people’s aspirations for their part of the city.
A great scheme which uses an innovative approach to highways design to put the pedestrian first, redefine the idea of the square and create a series of social spaces.
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