Change career? Design extraordinary landscapes and cities on the Masters of Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich.

You can become a Landscape Architect through the Landscape Institute (LI) accredited, 2-year graduate entry Masters of Landscape Architecture (MLA) programme at the University of Greenwich. Continue reading Change career? Design extraordinary landscapes and cities on the Masters of Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich.

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A Deptford Atlas: University of Greenwich Summer School

University of Greenwich Department of Architecture and Landscape in partnership with MSA University, Cairo presents the 2016 Architecture and Landscape Summer School. Over the coming weeks we will be sharing the design and research work of the students. A Deptford Atlas 8 – 19 August 2016 Studio Leaders: Roo Angell and Bob Bagley With Honoré Van Rijswijk Tim Waterman Simon Withers and video workshops with Henrietta … Continue reading A Deptford Atlas: University of Greenwich Summer School

James Corner to lecture in London at University of Greenwich, Department of Architecture and Landscape

Thursday 19th November 2015, 6.30pm Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre [11_0003] Free and open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis The Hawksmoor International Lecture Series 2015-16 :: James Corner :: Intimate Immensity: Public Space in the City Renowned landscape architect James Corner will discuss current ideas about the design of vibrant urban public spaces, the importance of seeing cities as landscapes, and the capacity for … Continue reading James Corner to lecture in London at University of Greenwich, Department of Architecture and Landscape

100% of Landscape Architecture graduates in jobs

The UNISTATS data, collected by HEFCE (Higher Education Funding Council for England), reveals that 100% of the full-time students graduating from the BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture programme at the University of Greenwich are in jobs/study within 6 months of graduation. Reflecting this exceptional statistic, Peter Wilder (below), a former graduate from Greenwich and employer of students from the university praises the quality of graduates. He points … Continue reading 100% of Landscape Architecture graduates in jobs

Sugar Tax? No need at Greenwich – just honey from the roofs

Pure Greenwich honey is for sale today in the Stockwell Street cafe. The honey is from the apiary on the roofs of Stockwell Street, the new University of Greenwich building in London. The building incorporates 14 innovative landscape roofs which create a living laboratory where the sustainability of new ideas in landscape architecture are tested. The 14 different landscape roofs, equivalent in size to 12 tennis courts, include … Continue reading Sugar Tax? No need at Greenwich – just honey from the roofs

REVIEW: Christine Riding – The Queen’s House, Greenwich: Past, Present and Future

                                                       Queen’s House in ‘London From Greenwich Place’ – William Turner 1809 Christine Riding’s passionate talk at the University of Greenwich recently, described the history of the Queen’s House in Greenwich and the ongoing efforts to refurbish and restore … Continue reading REVIEW: Christine Riding – The Queen’s House, Greenwich: Past, Present and Future

Surreal Bodies :: Neil Spiller :: The Hawksmoor International Lecture Series 2015-16

Thursday 22nd October 2015, 6.30pm Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre [11_0003] Above all, the Surrealist legacy is about bodies: their mutability, desire, viscera and, due to advancements in technology, their increasing transparency – all of which are also fundamental to the ongoing discourse concerning architectural space. The Surrealist body is an open concept, forever in metamorphosis. It has assimilated machines, flora and fauna, animals, alien geometries … Continue reading Surreal Bodies :: Neil Spiller :: The Hawksmoor International Lecture Series 2015-16

Christine Riding :: The Queen’s House, Greenwich: Past, Present and Future?

Thursday 15th October 2015, 6.30pm Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre [11_0003] In 2016, the Royal Museum’s Greenwich will be celebrating the 400th anniversary of the Queen’s House with a programme of refurbishment and redisplays. Designed by Inigo Jones in 1616 for James I’s wife, Anne of Denmark, the House is the first classical building in the country and an acknowledged masterpiece of seventeenth-century architecture. The Queen’s … Continue reading Christine Riding :: The Queen’s House, Greenwich: Past, Present and Future?

ADVANCED LANDSCAPE STUDIO ::: An exhibition of design works by the MA Landscape Architecture and MSc Advanced Landscape and Urbanism graduates

ADVANCED LANDSCAPE STUDIO ::: An exhibition of design works by graduates of the MA Landscape Architecture and MSc Advanced Landscape and Urbanism programmes – Private View 25 September, 18:00hrs – University of Greenwich, 10 Stockwell Street, Greenwich, London The 2014/15 design works of the Advanced Landscape Studio (MALA / MScALU) was focused on site-based actions, interventions and infrastructures between Greenwich and Woolwich. Projects investigated the infrastructures … Continue reading ADVANCED LANDSCAPE STUDIO ::: An exhibition of design works by the MA Landscape Architecture and MSc Advanced Landscape and Urbanism graduates

The Dark Side ::: Subverting Architecture and Landscape ::: University of Greenwich, Opening Conference

The University of Greenwich will open the academic year with a one-day conference to include landscape architect Martí Franch (Estudi Martí Franch: Arquitectura del Paisaje) and architect Ian Ritchie (Ian Ritchie Architects). Franch won the Rosa Barba European Landscape Prize at the European Biennial of Landscape Architecture in 2012 for the Cap de Creus project in Cadaqués. The conference is free and open to the … Continue reading The Dark Side ::: Subverting Architecture and Landscape ::: University of Greenwich, Opening Conference