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  • Greenwich students in final 16 of International Landscape School’s Prize

    Greenwich students in final 16 of International Landscape School’s Prize

    University of Greenwich design projects have been selected for the International Landscape School’s Prize. Projects that made the final 16 will be exhibited next week at the International Landscape Architecture Biennial 2018 in Barcelona. Nominated student projects include: The Curated Celebration of Angerstien’s Aggregate Wharf by JJ Watters Contested Boundaries and the Appropriation of Space by Cesare Cardia […]

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  • Best year ever?

    Best year ever?

    Thank you to all the students, families, graduates, practices and lecturers that joined us on Wednesday for the opening of the exhibition. To get a brief glimpse of some of the projects see here. Thank you also for your generous support and responses to the student work: Dan Cook, the CEO of the Landscape Institute […]

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  • Landscape Institute Conference at Greenwich

    Landscape Institute Conference at Greenwich

    The Landscape Institute (LI) partnered with IFLA Europe and the University of Greenwich to host their 2018 conference in Greenwich, London. The conference, was focused on Valuing Landscape, and took place at the university’s award-winning Stockwell Street building in September. Many Greenwich lecturers presented their works at the conference, including Suzanne O’Connell and Roo Angell. Ed […]

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  • Greenwich International Lectures

    Greenwich International Lectures

    What do James Corner (Field Operations), Kathryn Gustafson (Gustafson, Porter + Bowman) and Eelco Hooftman (Gross.Max) have in common? Along with many other leading landscape architects, designers, architects, artists and engineers they have all lectured at University of Greenwich as part of the Open International Lecture Series over recent years. During the Spring of 2020 […]

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