Category Archives: Highbury Park

Fayzul Rouf – Viewing Platform So, initially when embarking on the journey on discovering the park, my group and I found many advantages and disadvantages related to the area. I won’t go into too much detail, but the main problem that seems

Fayzul Rouf – Viewing Platform So, initially when embarking on the journey on discovering the park, my group and I found many advantages and disadvantages related to the area. I won’t go into too much detail, but the main problem that seems

Plant Research – Mark Inglis

Looking at how to create a rainwater harvesting system that is sympathetic to the life of the park, we decided to look into the water harvesting potential of plants. Here are some potential plant ‘contenders’ Bamboo Gunnera manicata Hosta

Plant Research – Mark Inglis

Looking at how to create a rainwater harvesting system that is sympathetic to the life of the park, we decided to look into the water harvesting potential of plants. Here are some potential plant ‘contenders’ Bamboo Gunnera manicata Hosta

Progress Meeting 23/1/13 – Mark Inglis

We had a very productive meeting where an initial design idea was produced and tasks were delegated equaly and structured to our individual strengths. I personaly felt a lot more relaxed and confident after this meeting as before I was

Progress Meeting 23/1/13 – Mark Inglis

We had a very productive meeting where an initial design idea was produced and tasks were delegated equaly and structured to our individual strengths. I personaly felt a lot more relaxed and confident after this meeting as before I was

Rainwater Harvesting – Mark Inglis

Here are some examples of rainwater harvesting on a large scale from BRAE (http://www.braewater.com/business)Naco Border Patrol Station AdvancED School Accrediting Agency

Rainwater Harvesting – Mark Inglis

Here are some examples of rainwater harvesting on a large scale from BRAE (http://www.braewater.com/business)Naco Border Patrol Station AdvancED School Accrediting Agency

Highbury Park Visit – Mark Inglis

Highbury Park is a rather lovely place enjoyed by many on a regular basis, it is a place to be celebrated. Walking through and aimlessly ambling about in Highbury can still the mind and relax the soul. The addition of

Highbury Park Visit – Mark Inglis

Highbury Park is a rather lovely place enjoyed by many on a regular basis, it is a place to be celebrated. Walking through and aimlessly ambling about in Highbury can still the mind and relax the soul. The addition of

Highbury Park Rainwater Harvesting – Mark Inglis

With fresh water becoming an increasingly precious resource the way in which we manage our water use is becoming ever more important. The Earth holds approximately 1.4 billion km cubed, only 2.5% of which is fresh water. A large quantity

Highbury Park Rainwater Harvesting – Mark Inglis

With fresh water becoming an increasingly precious resource the way in which we manage our water use is becoming ever more important. The Earth holds approximately 1.4 billion km cubed, only 2.5% of which is fresh water. A large quantity

Highbury park – Luke Coe 3

30th January 2013 Today everyone in the group presented their final ideas; there was a really diverse range of ideas that tackled the way in which users might experience the site, including walkways that are partially submerged in the pond

Highbury park – Luke Coe 3

30th January 2013 Today everyone in the group presented their final ideas; there was a really diverse range of ideas that tackled the way in which users might experience the site, including walkways that are partially submerged in the pond

Highbury Park – Craig Rigby – 2

Before the Christmas break, all the Co.Lab groups took place in presentations where we discussed the progress of the project at that moment in time. For the presentation we had to compile a detailed profile of the site including the

Highbury Park – Craig Rigby – 2

Before the Christmas break, all the Co.Lab groups took place in presentations where we discussed the progress of the project at that moment in time. For the presentation we had to compile a detailed profile of the site including the

Highbury Park – Luke Coe 2

Since we left christmas everyone in the viewing platform group has been working on finalising there individual designs to present to the group on the 30th January. After reviewing the App I decided to change the colour scheme to more

Highbury Park – Luke Coe 2

Since we left christmas everyone in the viewing platform group has been working on finalising there individual designs to present to the group on the 30th January. After reviewing the App I decided to change the colour scheme to more

Highbury park – Luke Coe 1

So I guess i’ll start with everything thats happened up until this point, then start detailing the weekly events as things happen within the project. Firstly, the Project im working on is to design a viewing platform for Highbury Park

Highbury park – Luke Coe 1

So I guess i’ll start with everything thats happened up until this point, then start detailing the weekly events as things happen within the project. Firstly, the Project im working on is to design a viewing platform for Highbury Park

Highbury Park – Site Visit – Craig Rigby

The project I will be looking at for Co.Lab is the viewing platform for the Highbury park site. Highbury Park is a site which is full of potential but isn’t utilised enough by the public. The area in particular where

Highbury Park – Site Visit – Craig Rigby

The project I will be looking at for Co.Lab is the viewing platform for the Highbury park site. Highbury Park is a site which is full of potential but isn’t utilised enough by the public. The area in particular where

Hursh Kara – Rainwater Harvesting

Water is a basic necessity. It is important to have an unlimited supply and you consider water to be of abundance in Britain and around the world, but how many of you really think about where your water comes from

Hursh Kara – Rainwater Harvesting

Water is a basic necessity. It is important to have an unlimited supply and you consider water to be of abundance in Britain and around the world, but how many of you really think about where your water comes from

Highbury Park, reflections on first visit, Ula Bujauskaite

Site visit Meeting LOCATION: very small, tiny, messy, hardly noticeable (if standing further then ~10m away) POND at Highbury Park, Birmingham, United Kingdom. Team members: Very sleepy, freezing but smiling year 2 Landscape Architecture students. Person who knows almost everything

Highbury Park, reflections on first visit, Ula Bujauskaite

Site visit Meeting LOCATION: very small, tiny, messy, hardly noticeable (if standing further then ~10m away) POND at Highbury Park, Birmingham, United Kingdom. Team members: Very sleepy, freezing but smiling year 2 Landscape Architecture students. Person who knows almost everything