HARMONIC LANDSCAPE PARK: COMPETITION ENTRY FOR THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM UK
Corus Steel ran a national competition to regenerate a disconnected park land in Birmingham UK. The above image is one of many conceptual spaces the awarded project proposed. The proposal was to turn the park land into a harmonic landscape, whereas the whole park land would become an orchestral arrangement, linking the whole park with life size instruments, acoustically transmitted to a central listening space. The project received a runner up and commendation award from the Corus Construction Group's seat of excellence.
Other competition entries for public spaces include a runner up place for a court yard in Kings College Hospital London UK.
Experience working for other architectural companies on public spaces/projects include the F1X theme park in Dubai's motor city, Projects in India and various conservation projects in the UK, such as Reading's Simeon monument, Farnborough Air Port's Historic heritage Quarter and Grade one listed churches in London UK.