For a week, during the summer of 2018, sixteen young Londoners worked with a small team of landscape architects, urban designers and architects at the University of Greenwich to explore how the dreams and desires of many different people can be represented in the future design of London. Un/der/represented was the first of a series of workshops focused on the speculative design of landscapes, cities … Continue reading Un/der/represented ::: Designing Landscapes, Cities and Territories ::: Summer Workshop
Staff and students from Greenwich have been invited to contribute projects for Nadia Amoroso’s coming publication, Representing Landscapes: Analogue (2018). Nadia has written extensively about approaches to representing landscapes and she approached the Landscape Architecture Department at Greenwich which has a reputation in award-winning student work. Thanks to the students, Liz Stark, Mais Kalthoum and Cesare Cardia for their outstanding projects that will be published later … Continue reading Greenwich Landscape Architecture students work published internationally… again!
Are you interested in improving places, designing cities and protecting the environment?Become a Landscape Architect through the Landscape Institute (LI) accredited BA and Masters programmes at the University of Greenwich. On the programmes, leading London academics and practitioners teach design, planning, horticulture, ecology, sustainability, construction, history and theory for students interested in becoming qualified Landscape Architects. The comprehensive programmes are well connected to international practices, such as Arup and Gustafson, … Continue reading Design your city? Transform your environment? Apply to study Landscape Architecture 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 Wall also chaired the second day of the conference, focused … Continue reading Landscape Institute Conference at Greenwich
Three inspiring MA Landscape Architecture students from the University of Greenwich, Maddy Gunn, Mei-Ling Schmidt and Ed Scobie, recently formed a new design practice (XMPL) and have already undertaken their first commissions. Read below their story: *** During the final term of our Masters we approached the Friends of City Gardens and asked if there was anyway that we could be involved with their … Continue reading Masters students form new practice and win first commissions
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 Hawksmoor Open International Lecture Series over the last three years. Please join us from September. The lectures are scheduled each Thursday during … Continue reading Greenwich International Lecture Series
You can become a Landscape Architect through the Landscape Institute (LI) accredited, 2-year graduate entry Masters of Landscape Architecture (MLA) programme at the University of Greenwich. Continue reading Change career? Design extraordinary landscapes and cities on the Masters of Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich.
Landscape Architecture student Lesley Perez has had published an article for Landscape, the Journal of the Landscape Institute. Her article, Urban Mending, is published in the Summer 2016 issue of the journal, and the article can he found here. Continue reading Student writes for Landscape Institute Journal
We hope to see you on Thursday to join the Landscape Architecture programmes at the University of Greenwich as we continue to celebrate our 50th anniversary with a lecture by Martin Rein-Cano, founder of Topotek1. Martin will deliver a Hawksmoor International Lecture on Thursday 18th February at 6:30pm. In his lecture Martin Rein-Cano will be presenting a Topotek 1 project, Superkilen in Copenhagen. Superkilen is a public park in … Continue reading This Thursday – Topotek1’s Martin Rein-Cano to speak at Greenwich
The Landscape Architecture programmes at the University of Greenwich will continue to celebrate their 50th anniversary with a lecture by Martin Rein-Cano, founder of Topotek1. Martin will deliver a Hawksmoor International Lecture on Thursday 18th February at 6:30pm. In his lecture Martin Rein-Cano will be presenting a Topotek 1 project, Superkilen in Copenhagen. Superkilen is a public park in the cultural diverse neighbourhood of Nørrebro, Copenhagen. As a reflection … Continue reading Topotek1’s Martin Rein-Cano to speak at Greenwich