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Landscape Urbanism in France published by A+U
The latest issue of A+U Magazine explores the development of Landscape Urbanism in France. The issue includes a rich collection of articles by leading Landscape Architecture practices like Agence Ter as well as founding theorists like Charles Waldheim. Considering the significant role that French landscape practices continues to play around the world – and the…
Architect’s Journal praises Greenwich Landscape approach
The Architect’s Journal (AJ) has visited the University of Greenwich School of Design summer exhibition and recognised the strength and innovation in the Landscape Architecture programmes. While reviews traditionally focus on architecture projects, this year AJ’s Harriet Jennings highlighted the work of landscape students and tutors in creating inspiring landscape programmes. Read the full article…
Play what you can: Ruby Allison reviews Assemble’s latest exhibition
Ruby Allison, a Landscape Architecture student from University of Greenwich, visited the Nottingham Contemporary for recessed.space to review of Assemble’s latest exhibition . Read the full article on recessed.space here. recessed.space is edited by Will Jennings, a London based writer, visual artist, and educator interested in cities, architecture, and culture. [Image: Assemble and Schools of Tomorrow: The Place…
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.