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

Author: Kit Bullas


  • Mastering The Art of a MA Exhibition

    Kit Bullas, an MA Landscape Architecture student, takes a view on a curatorial event in London. On Thursday evening night I attended the lecture, Through the Curator’s Lens ‘Twenties London, A City in the Jazz Age’. My rationale, where better to take an exhibition master class, than the very location I am organising MA Landscape […]

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  • Landscape, Meet 3D Mapped Projection

    Two years ago whilst visiting Sydney, I was lucky to stumble across ‘Vivid Live’. Self-described as a ‘festival of Light, Music and Ideas’, the event is a contemporary twist on an Arts festival that sees the marrying of Art and technology. Perhaps the crowning jewel of the festival is the Lighting of the Sails, where […]

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  • ‘Brutal and Beautiful’ – Saving the Twentieth Century

    ‘Brutal and Beautiful’ – Saving the Twentieth Century

    Postgraduate student Kit Bullas uses his recent visit to the Brutal & Beautiful post-war buildings exhibition to share his opinions on brutalist architecture that Landscape Architects can have a hand in saving. Yesterday, I finally had the opportunity to visit the Brutal & Beautiful exhibition at the Quadriga Gallery, Wellington Arch, London. On display, is a […]

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