Five times over is an exhibition of student work from the Advanced Landscape Studio at the University of Greenwich. It presents a selection of Masters student design projects from the last five years [2013 – 2018], some award-winning works that have been published and exhibited internationally, including in: Representing Landscapes: Analogue (Amaroso 2018); OASE 98: Narrating Urban Landscapes (Havik et al. 2017); Strategies for Landscape Representation (Cureton 2016); and the Landscape Architecture Biennial, Barcelona (2018). Five times over include: Max Barnes, Cesare Cardia, Suzanne Duncombe, Elena Grebneva, Mais Kalthoum, Rosie Martin, Victoria Peal, Mohamad Sadi, Liz Stark, John Joseph Watters and Luke Whitaker.
The exhibition is open until Monday 8th October at the Stockwell Street Project Space.
The Advanced Landscape Studio is focused on the speculative design of site-specific projects that redefine the future of landscapes, cities and territories. It includes students, researchers and staff from the MA Landscape Architecture, MLA Landscape Architecture and MSc Architecture, Landscape and Urbanism.
The University of Greenwich is the only institution in London offering Landscape Institute accredited Landscape Architecture and Urbanism programmes from BA to Masters. Landscape at Greenwich was founded in 1965.