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Help us understand how city living is affecting mental wellbeing.

Urban Mind is an app that measures your experience of city living in the moment. By collecting real-time data, we will be able to understand how different aspects of the urban environment affect mental wellbeing. We hope the results of this research project will inform future urban planning and social policy aimed at improving design & health in our cities.

This project is a collaboration between King’s College London, J&L Gibbons, Van Alen Institute, The Sustainable Society Network, A+E & Phytology

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Help us understand how city living is affecting mental wellbeing.

Urban Mind is an app that measures your experience of city living in the moment. By collecting real-time data, we will be able to understand how different aspects of the urban environment affect mental wellbeing. We hope the results of this research project will inform future urban planning and social policy aimed at improving design & health in our cities.

This project is a collaboration between King’s College London, J&L Gibbons, Van Alen Institute, The Sustainable Society Network, A+E & Phytology

Follow the link to participate.

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Help us understand how city living is affecting mental wellbeing.

Urban Mind is an app that measures your experience of city living in the moment. By collecting real-time data, we will be able to understand how different aspects of the urban environment affect mental wellbeing. We hope the results of this research project will inform future urban planning and social policy aimed at improving design & health in our cities.

This project is a collaboration between King’s College London, J&L Gibbons, Van Alen Institute, The Sustainable Society Network, A+E & Phytology

Follow the link to participate.

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Help us understand how city living is affecting mental wellbeing.

Urban Mind is an app that measures your experience of city living in the moment. By collecting real-time data, we will be able to understand how different aspects of the urban environment affect mental wellbeing. We hope the results of this research project will inform future urban planning and social policy aimed at improving design & health in our cities.

This project is a collaboration between King’s College London, J&L Gibbons, Van Alen Institute, The Sustainable Society Network, A+E & Phytology

Follow the link to participate.

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J & L Gibbons presented at the launch of the Van Alen Institute Ecologies of Addiction programme on the 28th of January in New York. This interdisciplinary research initiative into the complex relationship between addictive behaviors and the physical environment of the city is part of a first phase collaboration between the Van Alen and Imperial College’s Sustainable Society Network (SSN+). Our research team, a collaboration with King’s College and NOMAD, has been selected to investigate how a person’s vulnerability to addiction may be impacted by his or her environment

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Phytology Human Nature Walk

As part of the 'Human-Nature' talks programme J & L Gibbons were asked by Phytology to guide a series of walks around various areas of London.

The 'walking talk' explored the micro and macro green infrastructure of London. Participants throughout the walk zoomed in on seemingly unremarkable ecological patchiness and set that in the context of strategic policy that secures nature as a vital component of the city environment, its liveability and economy.

Photography: © Siobhan Davies Dance and Nomad

Florey Building

Queen's College, Oxford
Client: University of Oxford

J & L Gibbons as part of a team led by Avanti Architects have been selected as winners of a competition to redesign James Stirling’s iconic Florey Building of Queens College, Oxford.
The Florey Building, at 40 years old, is regarded as one of the great post-war modernist buildings in Britain.

The team's proposals will produce a massive qualitative improvement to the way the Florey Building is perceived and enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.The interventions proposed respect the essential significance of the listed heritage asset but also serve to retrieve and enrich it.



Pitzhanger Manor and Walpole Park

London Borough of Ealing
Client: London Borough of Ealing/ Heritage Lottery Fund
Design: 2009-2015

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Central London Green Grid

All 12 Central London Boroughs
Client: Design for London, LDA
Design: 2010-2011

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City of Westminster
Date: 2005
Client: Vitsoe

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Canal Park Design Guide

London Borough of Hackney, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Client: London Legacy Development Corporation
Design: 2013

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Background 1

Mile End Waste
Design: July 2012


Available online - click link below.

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Angel Building

St John Street, Islington
Client: Derwent London
Design: 2007-2010

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Northumberland Street Newcastle: Public Realm Vision

Newcastle
Client: Newcastle City Council
Design: 2012
Awards: Highly Commended - Landscape Insitute Awards 2013

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Dalston Barn and Eco-Garden

Dalston, Hackney
Client: Design for London, London Borough of Hackney
Design: 2007-2010

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Welcome to a group of inspired, energetic and committed landscape architects.

For over twenty five years, we have been working with local authorities, developers and community groups to vision and realise beautifully designed green infrastructure. We’d like to introduce you to some of our award winning work, and announce that throughout 2014 we will be collaborating with Steven J Fowler, poet in residence at J & L Gibbons.

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