Reviewing Living Walls

Shelley Mosco and the University of Greenwich recently put on a Living Walls Knowledge Transfer Day that was open to all industry representatives, students and faculty alike. A day full of lectures from individuals that work on living walls from designers to manufacturers, this seminar could likely have been a first of its kind in London. Bringing together the big players of the UK living … Continue reading Reviewing Living Walls

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2013 Exhibition

MLA student, Ellen Orchard, reviews the Landscape Photographer of the Year exhibition at the National Theatre. Viewing landscape through the lens of a camera is an unique skill that does not need to rely on how expensive your equipment is, but your compositional eye more importantly. Of course, having the latest versions of technology help capture just the right moment, but it takes true talent … Continue reading Landscape Photographer of the Year 2013 Exhibition

Forgotten Spaces Exhibition at Somerset House

As the Forgotten Spaces competition enters its third year Ellen Orchard reviews the exhibition at Somerset House. With so much current emphasis on new projects and installations in the realm of landscape architecture, an exhibit like Forgotten Spaces is worth a studied look. Set in the crypt of Somerset House, the exhibit has an air of dampness that strengthens the impact of the projects proposed. … Continue reading Forgotten Spaces Exhibition at Somerset House