Comment on ‘Mossy living wall to combat urban pollution’ by Tomonaga Kosaku

Tomonaga’s  ‘Mossy living wall’ blog illustrates the key factors that maintain our health and wellbeing, biodiversity and effects to climate change. Greenspaces are crucial to our everyday existence. It is noted from Levitt Bernsteins ‘housing standards handbook’ (2016) that as a principle we should design with as much soft landscape as possible. The ‘Living Wall’…
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Comment on potentials of blue-green infrastructure

Tomonaga’s post discusses the element of planning and design known as green and blue infrastructure. He explores the social benefits of this type of development that is often seen as more of a luxury rather than a commodity, using Newcastle as a case example for its relevance in modern day design. One component of Tomonaga’s…
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