The Landscape Citizenships symposium seeks to examine landscape citizenships through the lens of landscape justice and landscape democracy, bringing together international speakers in the diverse fields of politics, anthropology, sociology, geography and design among others. The symposium is being organized by Tim Waterman, Ed Wall and Jane Wolff. It is supported by the University of Greenwich, University of Toronto, Centre for Landscape Democracy (NMBU) and … Continue reading Landscape Citizenships: A Symposium
Staff and students from Greenwich have been invited to contribute projects for Nadia Amoroso’s coming publication, Representing Landscapes: Analogue (2018). Nadia has written extensively about approaches to representing landscapes and she approached the Landscape Architecture Department at Greenwich which has a reputation in award-winning student work. Thanks to the students, Liz Stark, Mais Kalthoum and Cesare Cardia for their outstanding projects that will be published later … Continue reading Greenwich Landscape Architecture students work published internationally… again!
UN/DER/REPRESENTED: DESIGNING LANDSCAPES / CITIES / TERRITORIES The first of a series of workshops focused on the speculative design of landscapes, cities and territories will take place this summer at the University of Greenwich. The 4-day workshop is planned from 23-26 July 2018 and is free and open to Year 12 students studying in London who will explore futures of their city. During the workshop … Continue reading Un/der/represented: Summer Design Workshop in London
Harry Bix, artist, landscape architect and lecturer, will be performing a project developed over the last year with CGP London and the Millwall Community Trust. Do join us on Saturday! SUMMARYNJDKJDS.PDF // 16 JUNE 2018 // 6PM CGP LONDON // THE GALLERY Harry Bix and the East Anglia Records House Band perform a reading of his publication summarynjdkjds.pdf. The text is written in reference to a … Continue reading Harry Bix presents…
You are invited to the opening of the University of Greenwich Architecture and Landscape Exhibition 2018 on Wednesday 13 June [6:00pm – 9:00pm, 1st Floor Studios, 10 Stockwell Street, London SE10 9BD]. If you are able to join, please also come to the Practice Private-View on the afternoon [5:00 – 6:00pm] of Wednesday 13 June to meet the graduating students. The show will then be open to the public: Thursday 14 … Continue reading You are invited to the opening of the University of Greenwich Architecture and Landscape Exhibition 2018
The Hawksmoor International Lecture Series 2017-2018
Narrating Urban Landscapes: OASE #98 Event with Klaske Havik & Bruno Notteboom
Thursday 1st February 2018, 6.30pm
Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre [11_0003]
Erith Lighthouse: A pavilion conceived by DK-CM and The Decorators will host a summer of events on Erith riverfront This summer Erith riverfront will host London’s second lighthouse: an extraordinary Thames-side structure which will give stunning views of the River Thames and create a new dining and community experience in South-East London, conceived by DK-CM and The Decorators. ‘Erith Lighthouse’ is a temporary structure designed … Continue reading Book a table at the Erith Lighthouse
Three inspiring MA Landscape Architecture students from the University of Greenwich, Maddy Gunn, Mei-Ling Schmidt and Ed Scobie, recently formed a new design practice (XMPL) and have already undertaken their first commissions. Read below their story: *** During the final term of our Masters we approached the Friends of City Gardens and asked if there was anyway that we could be involved with their … Continue reading Masters students form new practice and win first commissions
Join us on Sunday 9 April, 3-5pm at Dalston Curve Garden Hundreds of people have written in recent weeks to the Mayor of Hackney and to Hackney Council’s Planning Department to express how much the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden means to them and the many ways they value it. These emails have been in response to a Hackney Council consultation on the future of the land and buildings they own … Continue reading Speak up for the Dalston Curve Garden!
Lectures begin at 6:30pm at the University of Greenwich, Stockwell Street. The events are free and open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. Continue reading Christoph Girot, Charles Jencks and Tim Richardson – lecture at University of Greenwich