Landscape Institute Conference at Greenwich

The Landscape Institute (LI) partnered with IFLA Europe and the University of Greenwich to host their 2018 conference in Greenwich, London. The conference, was focused on Valuing Landscape, and took place at the university’s award-winning Stockwell Street building in September. Many Greenwich lecturers presented their works at the conference, including Suzanne O’Connell and Roo Angell. Ed Wall also chaired the second day of the conference, focused … Continue reading Landscape Institute Conference at Greenwich

You are invited…

On behalf of the University of Greenwich Department of Architecture and Landscape,  You are invited to our Professional Practice Private View on 20 June 2017 between 6pm – 9pm.   During the evening you will have an opportunity to meet graduating Architecture and Landscape Architecture students: –          BA (Hons) Architecture –          BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture –          MArch Architecture –          MA Landscape Architecture –          MSc Advanced Landscape and Urbanism … Continue reading You are invited…

Book Designs as Architectural Projects

Curation : Mike Aling Private View : Friday 21st April 5pm – 8pm Exhibition Open (free entry) Saturday 22nd April – Thursday 18th May [Tues-Fri : 11am – 5pm and Saturdays : 11am – 4pm] The book – printed or otherwise – continues to be the architect’s most fertile and celebrated form of media output. This exhibition presents a wide range of rare books from the … Continue reading Book Designs as Architectural Projects

Jan Kaplický ‘drawings’ exhibition

You are cordially invited to the Jan Kaplický ‘drawings’ exhibition Location: University of Greenwich Galleries, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, 11 Stockwell Street, London SE10 8EY Dates: November 9th – December 16th 2016 Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday 11am – 5pm, Saturday – 11am – 4pm Private View: November 8th 6.30pm – 8.30pm This exhibition commemorates Jan Kaplický, who was one of the most gifted and visionary architects working at the end of … Continue reading Jan Kaplický ‘drawings’ exhibition

Michael Sandle RA speaks at Greenwich

Michael Sandle studied at Douglas School of Art and Technology, Isle of Man from 1951 to 1954 and the Slade School of Fine Art, London from 1956 to 1959. In his early work he emphasised craftsmanship and the search for symbols, rejecting the formalism increasingly common in sculpture of the period. Throughout the 1960s and ’70s he worked on a small range of individual works … Continue reading Michael Sandle RA speaks at Greenwich

End-of-year Landscape Exhibition, University of Greenwich

Exhibition Opening: Wednesday 15 June [6 – 9pm] Practice Private View: Tuesday 21 June [6 – 9pm] – For an invitation to the Practice Private View please contact the department on: Open Thursday 16 June – Sunday 3 July, 10 Stockwell Street, University of Greenwich For updates and sneak-previews of student work, see The Landscape. Continue reading End-of-year Landscape Exhibition, University of Greenwich

Live Matter: Exhibition and Lecture by Rosetta Sarah Elkin

LIVE MATTER EXHIBITION from April 12 until May 21, 2016 Opening hours: Mon – Fri 9:30 – 17:30 Sat 14:00 – 18:00 This exhibition is in the Johnson-Kulukundis Family Gallery of Byerly Hall at 8 Garden Street, Radcliffe Yard, Cambridge, MA 02138 LECTURE 11 April 2016 – 18:00 Inaugural lecture Rosetta Sarah Elkin Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA The installation Live Matter concerns itself … Continue reading Live Matter: Exhibition and Lecture by Rosetta Sarah Elkin

The landscape so far…

I wanted to share some of the exciting Landscape Architecture and Urbanism events which we have hosted at the University of Greenwich this year, as well as highlighting some of the amazing achievements of the students and staff. [Image: FFLO Landscape Architects] So far this year we have hosted an international lecture series, including lectures from James Corner (Field Operations), who designed New York’s High Line, and … Continue reading The landscape so far…