Joelle's portfolio won Best Student Portfolio at the Landscape Institute Awards 2017.
The Calais Jungle was the largest irregular refugee camp in Europe until its closure in October 2016.
Migration is a phenomena that will be a constant for the foreseeable future; landscape architects have a positive role in proposing solutions to temporary settlements & their environmental impact; food & water security, social integration & mental & physical well-being.
The project proposes a new typology of landscape-led temporary settlement for refugees which treats both people & the environment with care & humanity.
It also aims to record this major event in European history by creating a series of connected landscapes that remember this time & make a positive effort to heal divisions between Calais and the refugee.