Thoughts on landscape architecture, the landscape profession, 2B's news updates and technical musings.

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Season's Greetings from 2B!
Dec 20th, 2018
We hope you have a lovely break over Christmas and are looking forward with positive optimism to what will, no doubt, be an even more challenging year than usual. We'll be off enjoying the holidays from Dec 21st, and the office will re-open on 2nd January.
Developing the Landscape Institute Visualisation Guidance
Dec 19th, 2018
Part of Bill's role on LI Technical Committee this year has been in updating the industry guidance for Photography and Photomontage in Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA)
Synergies with Geography - A Geographer to a Landscape Architect
Dec 14th, 2018
Geography and Landscape Architecture - two different professions, many similarities.

Click on the title to find out more about my experience of becoming a Landscape Architect from the background of Geography.
2B's Rain Garden (or is it a bathtub?)
Dec 1st, 2018
Once again, 2B practises what we preach, and undertakes R+D on our own property - this time, experimenting with 'upcycling' an old avocado-coloured bath.
SuDS Masterplan for Donaldson Filters site, Hull
Nov 16th, 2018
2B is excited to be working with a forward thinking commercial client in Hull. Donaldson Filters are ambitious and enthusiastic about retrofit improvements to their external spaces.
Burnby Hall Rock Garden Restoration - complete!
Oct 26th, 2018
Since early 2015, 2B has been thoroughly enjoyed working with Burnby Hall Gardens and Museum to assist with their Jubilee project. Our involvement has been the regeneration of the historic ‘Backhouse’ Rock Garden.
Sowerby Bridge masterplan live for comment
Oct 23rd, 2018
The master plans are now available for public comment at WYCA's website (deadline 2nd November)
Shed Green Roof
Aug 14th, 2018
Introducing a 5th green roof for 2B, and a new case study for Slow The Flow: Calderdale
Wind Farm ZTV, Greece
Jul 12th, 2018
It was our great pleasure, early in 2018, to do two things we had never done before: to work for a Greek client; and to produce a multi-point Zone of Theoretical Visibility (ZTV) for a large wind farm.
Rain Garden Planters at Hebden Bridge Town Hall
Jun 30th, 2018
The official opening of rain garden planters at Hebden Bridge Town Hall (part of Slow The Flow: Calderdale’s ‘You Can Slow The Flow’ SuDS project)