The treatment of urban creeks is an important and under-considered issue, and there seems to be little study on how to deal with them from an landscape/urban design standpoint.   The city fabric turns its back to these creeks, encouraging their appropriation as areas of crime, environmental damage and missed socio-economic opportunity.  It can be argued that the insertion of public amenity and light circulation within these creeks ​can provide a framework for economic attraction, which will underpin architectural reorientation.  More of this project to come…


work by thomas grant macdonald, 2015, all rights reserved

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