Published by Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at University of Greenwich, London

Three landscape and architecture exhibitions this summer – save the dates


Please join us for the University of Greenwich, Department of Architecture and Landscape Summer Exhibitions.

–          2014 Summer Exhibition, University of Greenwich, Department of Architecture and Landscape (at Queen Anne Court, University of Greenwich, London SE10 9LS; Private View on Thursday 12th June, 6:00pm; open from 12 – 27 June): This exhibition will present the work from students across the landscape and architecture programmes from the BA (Hons) to Diploma and MA. The exhibition is in the Queen Anne Court on our Greenwich Campus, a short walk from our new Stockwell Street building which we will move into in September. This exhibition is part of the London Festival of Architecture.

–          POP-UP: Architecture and Landscape, University Greenwich (at Unit 2, Old Street Roundabout, EC1Y 1BE; Private View on Wednesday 18th June, 6:00pm; open from 18 – 19 June): An exhibition and a series of events are planned, including a showcase of the work of students, alumni, staff and practice tutors. This exhibition is part of the London Festival of Architecture.

–          MA Landscape Architecture Exhibition, University of Greenwich (at The Gallery, 75 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EL; Private View on Monday 2nd June, 6:00pm;  open from 2 – 6 June): This exhibition has been organised by the students of the MA Landscape Architecture programme to showcase their work. Guest speakers and events are planned as part of this event, which is also included in the Chelsea Fringe.

We look forward to seeing you all there!


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