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In the past these two cities have been bound by intimate transatlantic relations. As global ports they were defined by a landscape of migration, transport, infrastructure and commerce. Their spatial relations can also be read, such as Paxton’s Birkenhead Park that inspired Olmsted’s design for Central Park. Now different conditions define their existence. Both cities have embraced landscape as a medium for reinvention.

This blog will publish the ideas, design and research produced from the Liverpool New York collaboration. You can join us by signing up to our email/blog updates (opposite) or by emailing pat Brown (p.brown@kingston.ac.uk) or Ed Wall (e.wall@kingston.ac.uk) for more information.

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