The Landscape is a platform for Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Greenwich. It includes quick news on projects, exhibitions, lectures and events as well as longer articles and reviews. It is authored by staff, students and guests. If you would like to join the team, contribute an article or publish a project please get in touch below.

The Landscape was launched in September 2013 and is published at the University of Greenwich, London.

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The University of Greenwich is a leading centre for Landscape Architecture and Urbanism. It is the only university in London which offers a full portfolio of professional Landscape Architecture programmes, from Bachelors to Masters, accredited by the Landscape Institute. These include the BA(Hons) Landscape Architecture (3-year),  MA Landscape Architecture (1-year) and Master of Landscape Architecture (2-year graduate conversion) programmes.

The MSc Architecture Landscape and Urbanism (1-year) also offer graduates from diverse disciplinary backgrounds the opportunity to engage with research-based design projects. The PhD Landscape seeks ambitious research students who wish to study leading areas of landscape research, supported by research active academics and practitioners.

The focus of all the programmes is on design, research, theory and technical innovation. You can apply to study with us through the University of Greenwich website.

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In 2014, the Department of Architecture and Landscape moved into the new Stockwell Street building, a £76m facility situated within the World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich designed by Stirling Prize shortlisted architects Heneghan Peng. Incorporated into the building are 14 landscape green roofs, designed for teaching and research.

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