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  • Tim Waterman to join University of Greenwich

    Tim Waterman to join University of Greenwich

    We are delighted to announce that Tim Waterman has joined the University of Greenwich as coordinator of landscape theory. Tim will join a team of over 20 lecturers, tutors and professionals who teach the landscape architecture programmes at Greenwich. Tim is Chair of the Young Professionals’ Advocacy Working Group, Professional Practice and Policy Committee of the International […]

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  • 2015 Landscape and Architecture Exhibition ::: Practice Private-View ::: University of Greenwich ::: Tuesday 16 June

    Please join us at the Practice Private-View of the University of Greenwich Department of Architecture and Landscape 2015 Exhibition. Tuesday 16 June 17:00 – 20:00 10 Stockwell Street, Greenwich, London SE10 9BD The 2015 Exhibition, ‘East of Eden’, presents a department-wide, cross-disciplinary design project, seeking to reimagine South-East London sites for the 21st century. The Practice Private-View […]

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  • Landscape Architecture Jobs

    Leading London Landscape Architecture Firms Recruiting – Apply Now Graduate and ‘Year-Out’ Positions 2015 Turkington Martin are landscape architects and urban designers, providing creative design consultancy at all scales of planning and development. We are committed to high quality public realm design, providing an exemplary service to our varied clients. We have a really interesting range of urban […]

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  • Change career? Become a Landscape Architect in less than 2-years at the University of Greenwich

    Change career? Become a Landscape Architect in less than 2-years at the University of Greenwich

    Are you interested in the design of cities and environments? You can become a Landscape Architect through a 2-year graduate entry Masters programme at the University of Greenwich. The graduate conversion (PG Cert Landscape Design + MA Landscape Architecture) teaches design of landscapes and cities, horticulture, ecology, conservation, material construction and theory for graduates interested in becoming qualified Landscape Architects. The […]

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  • Job of the week: Landscape architect at Foster + Partners

    Job of the week: Landscape architect at Foster + Partners

    Foster + Partners is seeking a landscape architect to join its team in Battersea, London. Foster + Partners is one of the most innovative architecture and integrated design practices in the world. Based in London, with offices worldwide, the practice has an international reputation, with buildings on six continents. Since its inception we have won […]

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  • Jason Bruges :: Landscape & Architecture International Lecture Series :: University of Greenwich

    Jason Bruges :: Landscape & Architecture International Lecture Series :: University of Greenwich

    What happens when architecture and interaction design collide to create everyday performance? Playing to the individual and to crowds, and changing the performative repertoire in real-time can manifest itself through a diverse palette of kinetic, animated, time-based and sometimes smart materials. We can choreograph real and imagined spaces. This choreography is explored through different mechanisms […]

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  • New green roofs and studio spaces

    New green roofs and studio spaces

    Check out the video featuring the new roof gardens and studio spaces that are currently under production. The University of Greenwich is leading the global discourse on green roofs in their new Stockwell Street building that will be home to the Landscape Architecture and Urbanism programmes from September. The green roofs are one of the […]

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  • New skatepark for Southbank Centre?

    New skatepark for Southbank Centre?

    Rick Mather has been appointed to oversee a new skate park on the South Bank in London. No images or details yet – but an announcement: “Drawing on ideas suggested by local skateboarders as well as on their own expertise, they identified that the prime use of this site would focus on street skateboarding as […]

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