The landscape so far…

I wanted to share some of the exciting Landscape Architecture and Urbanism events which we have hosted at the University of Greenwich this year, as well as highlighting some of the amazing achievements of the students and staff. [Image: FFLO Landscape Architects] So far this year we have hosted an international lecture series, including lectures from James Corner (Field Operations), who designed New York’s High Line, and … Continue reading The landscape so far…

James Corner to lecture in London at University of Greenwich, Department of Architecture and Landscape

Thursday 19th November 2015, 6.30pm Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre [11_0003] Free and open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis The Hawksmoor International Lecture Series 2015-16 :: James Corner :: Intimate Immensity: Public Space in the City Renowned landscape architect James Corner will discuss current ideas about the design of vibrant urban public spaces, the importance of seeing cities as landscapes, and the capacity for … Continue reading James Corner to lecture in London at University of Greenwich, Department of Architecture and Landscape

AJ Reviews Greenwich 2015 Student Show

‘the engagement with landscape appears to have successfully infiltrated all studios this year, embedding the agendas of landscape and urbanism strongly within the school’s culture’ Dan Hills for Architect’s Journal The Architect’s Journal’s annual review of end-of-year student show highlights the presence of landscape across the school at Greenwich. While the AJ is well versed in reviewing the work of architecture students, the recent article by Dan Hills compliments the work … Continue reading AJ Reviews Greenwich 2015 Student Show

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 Federation of Landscape Architects and the honorary editor of Landscape: The Journal … Continue reading Tim Waterman to join University of Greenwich

Project Manager for Living Walls and Green Roofs Centre – Job of the week

Project Manager – Living Walls and Green Roofs Centre School of Architecture, Design and Construction Location:  Avery Hill campus Salary:   £24,766 to £29,541 plus £3,337 London weighting per annum, pro rata Contract Type:  Fixed Term – 16 weeks maximum up to 31 July 2014 Closing Date:   Sunday 05 January 2014 Interview Date:   To be confirmed Reference:  453 The Sustainable Landscapes Research Group anticipates that living … Continue reading Project Manager for Living Walls and Green Roofs Centre – Job of the week

New building and roof gardens for Landscape at Greenwich

From 2014 the Landscape Architecture programmes will be based in the heart of Greenwich by the river Thames. The University of Greenwich is investing £76 million in a new building to house the campus library, TV studios and academic facilities for disciplines including landscape architecture, architecture, design and construction. The building has been designed by Heneghan Peng, currently shortlisted for the prestigeous Stirling Prize, and has 14 roof … Continue reading New building and roof gardens for Landscape at Greenwich