A Smarter City

Smart Green Spaces


10 projects have been shortlisted for The City Centre's A Smarter City - Smart Green Spaces ideas competition.

The winner of this part of the competition was announced on 2 May.

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Curl la Tourelle Head Architecture
City Generators
A series of playful interventions in City Gardens that enhance Health & Wellbeing, Biodiversity and Sustainability

John Robertson Architects
A mobile installation that promotes City Gardens via the senses

Strawberry Energy
Strawberry Smart Benches
The next generation of solar powered public street furniture

Foster + Partners
A sensor led walking app, ideal for City Workers who want to learn more about the City of London

Haworth Tompkins
St Paul’s Steps – Civility & Transformation
A spatial 'green' network starting at an opportunity site by St Paul's Steps

Ares Landscape Architects
AI City
'Imagine a city that can think, a self-improving city - Imagine an artificially intelligent city!'

Schréder and Atkins
Key To The City
A new strategic vision that unlocks layers of the city through augmented reality applications and smart objects

The Edible Bus Stop Studio
A system of portable modular components with biophilic design that provide accessible and active green space

Broadway Malyan
Destination Bank
An open spatial manifesto that will turn Bank into a vibrant, accessible, digital hub of multi-cultural activity

Ireland Albrecht Landscape Architects
Work 'Out'
Bespoke outdoor equipment that generates electricity for a smart green space that is self-sufficient in energy


Exhibition of the entries was on display at The City Centre from

28 April - 1 July