Thursday 25 June 2020, 09:00 [UK time], online via Zoom
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Dima Zogheib is an Associate at Arup. She is a chartered landscape designer and urbanist with 14 years’ experience in landscape planning and resilience. She works on designing complex and large-scale landscapes, smaller-scale community initiatives and planning for resilience in cities globally. Her emphasis is on the role of landscape and green infrastructure in creating resilient places, in particular designing cities to leverage water. Dima leads many strategic plans and guidelines to address socio-economic and environmental challenges, and mediate community needs with ecosystem health and biodiversity protection.
The Landscapists Seminars are weekly online conversations with leading designers and researchers working with landscape. Hosted by Ed Wall, they provide insights into unique project approaches, techniques and methods from around the world.
For future seminars, see here. We don’t record them so listen carefully, make notes, and come back each week!
The seminars are generously supported by Wiley and School of Design, University of Greenwich, London.
The Landscapists: The title and theme of the seminars have been developed from The Landscapists: Redefining Landscape Relations, an issue of Architectural Design (AD) edited by Ed Wall and published by Wiley in early 2020.