Save the Date: Summer Student Exhibition at University of Greenwich: 12 June 2019

The award winning landscape architecture students at the University of Greenwich will be exhibiting their work in June, 2019. Join the opening on Wednesday 12th June at Stockwell Street, Greenwich. Save the date and we will post more information here soon. Advertisements Continue reading Save the Date: Summer Student Exhibition at University of Greenwich: 12 June 2019

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

Student exhibition at arts festival

Students on the Certificate in Landscape Design programme have exhibited their work to local residents, as part of the Thamesmead Arts Festival. Throughout the year, students have been exploring the history and changing dynamics of Thamesmead, a town built in the 1970s in east London. Student projects have included reintegrating gypsy’s horses back into the landscape, developing a natural play strategy for children, and remediating the … Continue reading Student exhibition at arts festival

‘Brutal and Beautiful’ – Saving the Twentieth Century

Postgraduate student Kit Bullas uses his recent visit to the Brutal & Beautiful post-war buildings exhibition to share his opinions on brutalist architecture that Landscape Architects can have a hand in saving. Yesterday, I finally had the opportunity to visit the Brutal & Beautiful exhibition at the Quadriga Gallery, Wellington Arch, London. On display, is a collection of the Nation’s finest post-war buildings, presented through a … Continue reading ‘Brutal and Beautiful’ – Saving the Twentieth Century