Portfolio promotes Pennine design

Pennine Lancashire Squared, a new book celebrating a landscape architecture competition for high-profile public spaces in six Pennine Lancashire towns, has been unveiled by a leading design champion.

Amanda Reynolds, chair of creative forum Urban Design Group, hailed the portfolio for the regional competition, which includes essays by experts from CABE and the Landscape Institute.

The book was edited by Stirling Prize-winning architect Stephen Hodder, and focuses on the design teams. These include Landscape Projects; Neu Architects with LOCI design; Studio Weave and MESH Partnership; Civic Architects and Colour: Urban Design; DSDHA; and Robinson Landscape Design/Kapok/Reid Jubb Brown.

The book was funded by the Homes & Communities Agency and CABE and copies are available for £20 from www.ribabookshops.com or call 020 7256 7222.


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