Small practice, big role – Lynn Kinnear lectures at the School of Design @UniOfGreenwich

The School of Design at Greenwich is pleased to announce that the landscape architect Lynn Kinnear will deliver a public lecture: Monday, 11 February 18:00 – 19:00 followed by reception  Lynn Kinnear, Director, Kinnear Landscape Architects Ltd Small practice, big role: KLA’s approach to Urban Curation Lynn Kinnear will talk about the role of a landscape architect not just as a designer but as a supporter … Continue reading Small practice, big role – Lynn Kinnear lectures at the School of Design @UniOfGreenwich

Michael Hansmeyer ::: Digital Grotesque II – Tools of Imagination

Hawksmoor International Lecture Series  invites you to attend an additional Lecture by Michael Hansmeyer ‘Digital Grotesque II’ : Tools of Imagination Wednesday 17th May 2017, 6:30pm – 7:30pm Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre 11_0003 [Department of Architecture and Landscape, University of Greenwich, 10 Stockwell Street, London SE10 9BD] The Digital Grotesque II project is a human-scale, highly ornamental grotto that was specifically designed to fully exploit the potentials of … Continue reading Michael Hansmeyer ::: Digital Grotesque II – Tools of Imagination

Iain Sinclair to lecture at University of Greenwich

The Hawksmoor International Lecture Series 2016-2017 :: Iain Sinclair :: Nicholas Hawksmoor and ‘The Man of the Crowd’: Watchfulness and Agitation Around the Pattern of East London Churches Thursday 17th November 2016, 6.30pm Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre [11_0003] Free and open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis A consideration of the presence of the Hawksmoor churches, as referenced by Charles Dickens and others, … Continue reading Iain Sinclair to lecture at University of Greenwich

Public Lecture Tonight :: Reciprocal Landscapes: Sites of Material Exchange

The Hawksmoor International Open Lecture Series presents Jane Hutton discussing Reciprocal Landscapes: Sites of Material Exchange Thursday 26th February 2015 6.30pm in the Tessa Blackstone Lecture Hall 11-0003 Drinks served after the Lecture at 7.30pm Landscapes are shaped by continuous flows of materials driven by anthropogenic and non-anthropogenic forces. Designers participate in this massive reorganization of materials around the earth, the majority of which is … Continue reading Public Lecture Tonight :: Reciprocal Landscapes: Sites of Material Exchange