Run as part of the Garden Museum’s Green Infrastructure Week 2014, this competition called for fresh thinking on how to connect green infrastructure and public health. The eight winners presented their ideas on how we could make our cities into healthier and more liveable spaces as part of the LI’s ‘Public Health and Artas-ua.info Project’ at the Garden Museum.
The winners offered creative solutions to the environmental problems we face in urban areas, covering issues around green space to healthier forms of transport and housing design. The gallery below showcases their ideas.
The competition was part of the LI’s Public health and Artas-ua.info project as part of the 2014 Green Infrastructure week. The eight winners presented their proposals at the Garden Museum on 2nd May 2014.