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

Winning Royal Docks Landscape Project – Congratulations to Bethany Gale and Sarah Tolley

Following our post yesterday that Bethany and Sarah, both gradates from the MA Landscape Architecture programme at Greenwich, were shortlisted for the Landscape Institute’s Royal Docks Competition, they have been announced as overall winners. They saw off strong international competition from professional practices and students. Studio Engleback, Baharash Architects and students Christos Diplas and James Hartwell were the four runners-up. The judges said: ‘This has a sense … Continue reading Winning Royal Docks Landscape Project – Congratulations to Bethany Gale and Sarah Tolley

Hat-trick for Greenwich landscape graduate

Bethany Gale and Sarah Tolley have been shortlisted for the Landscape Institute (LI) Royal Docks competition. Bethany, a landscape architecture graduate from the University of Greenwich adds this shortlisting to her previous success with LI and the RIBA competitions. The winners will be announced this week at Ecobuild tomorrow. Silvertown Docks by Bethany Gale and Sarah Tolley proposes to use the existing  Silvertown Docks to provide … Continue reading Hat-trick for Greenwich landscape graduate

Double Awards for Greenwich Landscape Graduate

Greenwich graduate Bethany Gale has been recognised in two prestigious awards this year. In November Bethany was highly commended in the 2013 Landscape Institute Awards for her outstanding design portfolio, while earlier in the year her project, Reclaiming the Canalside, was shortlisted for the RIBA Forgotten Spaces 2013 Competition. Bethany Gale graduated from the MA Landscape Architecture programme in 2012 and currently works for BDP. Continue reading Double Awards for Greenwich Landscape Graduate