As part of a project to help residents and local schools to reclaim streets and spaces for pedestrians we facilitated workshops that invited children to design colourful hexagon-shaped floor and signage tiles that promoted healthy lifestyle messages to encourage more walking, cycling, healthy eating and mindfulness in the town. The hexagon ‘carpet’ was laid as a small path beside a community garden and signage tiles distributed around the vicinity.
This pop-up project was part of the Whitehill + Bordon Healthy New Towns initiative, which was the winner of the Award for Partnership Working at the 2019 Planning Awards.
Project in collaboration with Urban Place Lab and Feria Urbanism.
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