New Plant Technologies course

From September a new course, Plant Technologies, will be taught at the University of Greenwich. The course, a key component of the Master of Landscape Architecture, has been designed and will be taught by Duncan Goodwin. The course will explore the roles played by plants as key elements within the structural design of productive (provisioning, regulating and cultural) and resilient landscapes. Plants will be considered … Continue reading New Plant Technologies course

Recent Jobs for Graduate Landscape Architects

Reflecting the excellent DHLE graduate level employment rating for Landscape Architecture graduates from the University of Greenwich check out the many jobs recently promoted to graduating students: https://thelandscape.org/jobs/ Remember that according to Which? University, graduate salaries for our BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture students are the highest in the sector across the entire UK. [Drawing by Jennifer Lee, BA Hons Landscape Architecture] Continue reading Recent Jobs for Graduate Landscape Architects

Landscape Research Group – Showcase Event at Greenwich

The Landscape Research Group has partnered with the University of Greenwich for their second Landscape Research ‘showcase’ event. The event is free and open to the public. Date: 17 May 2018, 6:30pm Location: University of Greenwich, 10 Stockwell Street [Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre], London SE10 9BD Register: https://lrgshowcase.eventbrite.co.uk  This is the second of our Landscape Research ‘showcase’ events, featuring the projects of current and past grantees of … Continue reading Landscape Research Group – Showcase Event at Greenwich

#100 reasons to study Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich

Over the next few months we will be Tweeting (@landscape_gre) 100 Reasons why it is great to study Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich. From award winning graduates, such as Marti Franch, to our international lecture series and from hosting the Landscape Institute Conference and IFLA Europe congress to our unique work experience for students with the Royal Parks, we will be sharing many of … Continue reading #100 reasons to study Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich

Greenwich Summer Exhibition – 13 June 2018 – Save the Date

The University of Greenwich Landscape Architecture Summer Exhibition will open on Wednesday 13 June, 2018 [1st Floor Studios, 10 Stockwell Street, London SE10 9BD from 6:00pm – 9:00pm]. There will also be a Practice Private-View on the afternoon [5:00 – 6:00pm] of Wednesday 13 June, before the public opening. The show will then be open to the public: Thursday 14 June – Saturday 30 June 2018 … Continue reading Greenwich Summer Exhibition – 13 June 2018 – Save the Date

Unique work with Royal Parks

The Royal Parks has been working with Ed Wall and colleagues in the University of Greenwich to establish work-experience positions for landscape students. Details of these unique opportunities can be found here. The students will work to provide technical support for the delivery of the Landscape Architectural elements of the multi-million pound Greenwich Park Revealed HLF/BIG Lottery funded project to reveal and enhance the extraordinary … Continue reading Unique work with Royal Parks

Landscape Citizenships – Call for Papers

Tim Waterman, Jane Wolff and Ed Wall are organising a conference to explore the notion of Landscape Citizenships. Join them, and an international advisory group of geographers, architects and landscape architects, for the event at Conway Hall in November 2018: https://landscapecitizenships.wordpress.com/ *** A symposium: A 1-day symposium at Conway Hall, London, on 16 November 2018. Call for papers: “[T]he land we all live on is simply … Continue reading Landscape Citizenships – Call for Papers

Narrating Urban Landscapes: OASE #98 Event @UniOfGreenwich 

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]

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