Sneak preview – landscape architecture student portfolios

Interested in the exceptional work of the Landscape Architecture students at the University of Greenwich? Below are a few in-progress drawings by the  MA Landscape Architecture students who are designing landscapes along the Thames river through exploring the relations between macro infrastructures and small-scale interactions. Well done all! To see more of the postgraduate and undergraduate students in the department, join us on Thursday 16th April for the private-view exhibition of in-progress works. You … Continue reading Sneak preview – landscape architecture student portfolios

Atmospheric Perceptual Awareness :: Open Lecture at Greenwich :: Auxiliadora Gálvez Pérez

Please join us at the University of Greenwich for an architecture and landscape lecture by leading Spanish designer, academic and researcher Auxiliadora Gálvez Pérez (Gálvez+Wieczorek Architecture). Open Lecture Series 2013/2014 Norbert Singer Lecture Theatre / M055 Mansion Site, Avery Hill Campus Wednesday 5th March; 6PM The lecture will focus on atmospheric perceptive awareness as an attitude to expand the way we read, transform and interact with … Continue reading Atmospheric Perceptual Awareness :: Open Lecture at Greenwich :: Auxiliadora Gálvez Pérez

Living Maps seminar series: Map is not territory

Conventional cartographies are good at depicting the visible surface of the world but tend to obscure or exclude its deeper layers of meaning, especially those associated with natural and cultural histories whose material traces may be difficult to decode. This seminar will explore some recent ‘archaeological’ strategies designed to excavate and put these hidden histories on the map. http://www.livingmaps.org.uk/?event=hidden-histories CHAIR: NICOLE CROCKETT PRESENTERS: TOBY BUTLER … Continue reading Living Maps seminar series: Map is not territory

New Masters programme in Advanced Landscape and Urbanism

The University of Greenwich have launched a new Masters programme in Advanced Landscape and Urbanism. The programme encourages students to develop advanced and speculative approaches to the design of cities, landscape and territories. It promotes high design values and the integration of new and innovative technologies to address the challenges facing contemporary cities, such as: urban growth, climate change, globalisation and social inequality. The new MSc … Continue reading New Masters programme in Advanced Landscape and Urbanism