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

Design invention. Urban equity. Climate justice. Land rights.

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  • Shaping public knowledge: urban, cultural, and research practices

    Shaping public knowledge: urban, cultural, and research practices

    This seminar series aims to map the public nature of urban, cultural, and research practices that are articulated through critical discourses of emerging centres of knowledge, such as research labs, centres of pedagogy, independent and HE based academic entities. Through dialogue and shared practice, seminars seek to establish and describe structures and networks of pedagogy […]

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  • Collective Landscape Futures

    Collective Landscape Futures

    The final event of the COLLECTIVE LANDSCAPE FUTURES roundtable series will be held tomorrow, 27 APRIL (6-8pm), at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery in Stockwell Street, London. Titled CITIZENSHIPS, this roundtable will be exploring how we can work with landscapes PRACTICES; with politics and capital to empower a diverse citizenship.  Speakers include: Meaghan Kombol (tutor), Torange Khonsari (Public Works), Paul McGann (Grow Tottenham), Frances […]

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  • Postcards from the Anthropocene: Unsettling the Geopolitics of Representation

    Postcards from the Anthropocene: Unsettling the Geopolitics of Representation

    You are invited to the virtual launch of the book Postcards from the Anthropocene: Unsettling the Geopolitics of Representation this Friday, April 22nd, which is also Earth Day! The event will take place on zoom (see link below) at 4:00PM (Central Europe), 5:00PM (Istanbul), 10:AM (EST). Link to Event The publication explores how discursive and material conditions around the Anthropocene might transform the way […]

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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.

recent guest lectures

Aniket Bhagwat. Chris Reed. Christina Geros. Iman Datoo. Indy Johar. Johanna Gibbons. Larry Botchway. Luis Callejas. Martí Franch Batllori. Martin Rein-Cano. Sui Searle. Sara Zewde. Suzanne O’Connell.