The Camden Highline, a London project that plans to turn a disused stretch of railway viaduct into a new elevated park and walking route, was submitted for planning. The 1.2km route, 8 meters above ground, will connect Camden Gardens in the west to York Way in the east. The design was awarded to a team led by James Corner Field Operations, the practice behind the New York High Line, who will work with Kentish town-based vPPR Architects, London artist Hew Locke, community consultation organization Street Space and Dutch garden designer Piet Oudolf, among others.
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Camden Highline, London’s New Park in the Sky, Is Submitted for Planning
Passing the Support - From Fukushima to Nepal
In April 2015 there was an earthquake in Nepal which took the lives of 8,790 and injured 22,300.
It’s been almost 4 years since that day.
Nepal is considered one of the poorest countries in Asia. And because of this, the country has not yet recovered from this disaster. People still seek ways to reconstruct their homes to live, and children need school to go to.
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