Apply for unique London summer school designing landscapes and cities

Applications are open for a landscape architecture and urban design summer school at University of Greenwich, from 29 July – 2 August, 2019.

  • 5-day summer school to explore the design of landscapes and cities. You will develop drawings, models and manifestos – as well as participating with Sayes Court, supported by the Mayor of London, to build a temporary pavilion.
  • Free for Year 12 students. It is a unique opportunity for you to work on a live project with design professionals from across London, learn drawing, modelling and design skills and make connections with people you may work with in the future.
  • You can see more about last years’ summer school here.
  • Apply here.

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The workshop is organised by the BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture team at the University of Greenwich. The BA Hons degree is focused on the speculative design of landscapes and cities informed by site-focused research. See some of the student projects here.

2 thoughts on “Apply for unique London summer school designing landscapes and cities

  1. Dear Edwall Advanced Landscape School ,

    I’ve sent few months ago asking about , if it’s possible for graduate to intend and apply for landscape architecture and urban design summer school at University of Greenwich? Or is it for students only? And is it international , for foreign architects?

    Thanks , Kind Regards , Shaza Tawakol

    1. Hi Shazo, The summer school is just for students before they go to university, usually 16 – 18 years old. It can be attended by international students.

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