Walkable London Data Analytics
London ∙ UK2017
Data-driven argument for increased walkability in several areas of central London presented by Zaha Hadid Architects in collaboration with Habidatum.
Urban data is compiled and processed to study the interconnections of pedestrianization and socio-economic trends.
We use open data for human activity and business operations in order to compare sentiment and activity, commercial density and diversity, and the length of pedestrian streets across London.
Prepared by HabidatumIn cooperation with Zaha Hadid Architects, Future Cities Forum, Buro Happold Engineering, New London Architecture, Living Streets