Design invention. Urban equity. Climate justice. Land rights.
Call for papers: Collective Landscape Futures symposium
Abstracts are invited for the Collective Landscape Futures symposium on 18-19th May 2023. A 2-day interdisciplinary symposium to be held online and at University of Greenwich, 10 Stockwell Street, London SE10 9BD, UK Symposium rationale: Landscapes have always been defined through their collective relationships – between people and other living things, material objects and ephemeral entities,…
New Collective Landscape Futures series
Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Greenwich is delighted to announce the next series of Collective Landscape Futures roundtable discussions. All events will be hosted in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery (London SE10 9BD). 27th January 2023. 6-8pm. Growth & Climate: The ethics of design. This roundtable discussion will explore how design practices can contribute to…
Scholarship supported by RPS
A new scholarship has been launched at the University of Greenwich to remember former student Karen Roberts. Sponsored by RPS Group Ltd, the RPS Karen Roberts Scholarship is designed to support students on the BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture course. Karen Roberts studied Landscape Architecture at University of Greenwich (then Thames Polytechnic), completing the programme in…
Learn to DESIGN landscapes
The Landscape Architecture and Urbanism programmes (BA, MA, MLA, MSc and PhD) at the University of Greenwich, London, are focused on the speculative design of future landscapes and cities informed by site-focused research and live projects.
History of innovation
Programmes encourage design invention and experimentation from within one of the oldest schools of landscape in the UK, with notable lecturers such Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe and renowned graduates such as Marti Franch Matllori.
Programmes are based in the award-winning Stockwell Street building within the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site. Students have gone on to lead design and planning studios such as Gustafson Porter + Bowman and delivering projects like the London Olympic Park.