Inscape – a poetic articulation of our experience of landscape. ().
Excited to share this two-part study from my PhD I did with @WhereAmINow and @hugospiers where we examined the psychological impacts of being in the presence of high-rise buildings, in the real world & 360-degree video VR! Just published in @CitiesxHealth! tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1…
Delighted this eve to receive an honorary professorship at my alma mater, School of Energy, Geoscience, Infastructure & Society at Heriot Watt Uni @HWU_EGI, looking forward to dialogue with former & new colleagues #healthycities @DrCarolineBrown @harrycsmith1 @ThinkSnowflakes
Exciting - @jennyjroe and I (@LaylaMcCay) have been asked to approve page style for our upcoming book on urban design for mental health. Feeling real now - and so much more exciting (and effort) than writing chapters in other people’s books. Impatient to see front cover options!
I (+ others) have worked on this issue for years; 1st as a landscape architect trying to raise the quality of design; 2nd as a researcher showing how design quality (and maintenance) impacts health & wellbeing; what more is needed to prioritize design quality in council estates? twitter.com/WHurst1/status…
Did some research on the relationship between health and civic participation. This is some initial work to consider how #participatorybudgeting could improve health outcomes. @CamilleBurnett @andreasrva @CynthiaNewbille @jennyjroe @joshalerner @Shari_Davis1 pic.twitter.com/yRmRCjOVaW