Student wins Serjeant Award for Excellence in Drawing

It has been announced that Razna Begum, as Student of the Department of Architecture and Landscape, has won the Serjeant Award for Excellence in Drawing by the RIBA for her project Grunewald’s Athenaeum. Chris Kelly, another Greenwich Student, also had his work included in the RIBA Medals exhibition. The Department is obviously delighted by this award and feels it recognition of the successes we have … Continue reading Student wins Serjeant Award for Excellence in Drawing

Forgotten Spaces Exhibition at Somerset House

As the Forgotten Spaces competition enters its third year Ellen Orchard reviews the exhibition at Somerset House. With so much current emphasis on new projects and installations in the realm of landscape architecture, an exhibit like Forgotten Spaces is worth a studied look. Set in the crypt of Somerset House, the exhibit has an air of dampness that strengthens the impact of the projects proposed. … Continue reading Forgotten Spaces Exhibition at Somerset House

A Grimm City? Check it out at the Design Museum

2012 marked the 200th anniversary of the first publication of the Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales. To celebrate this occasion FleaFollyArchitects over the space of 5 weeks, ran a small summer atelier on the outskirts of the Black Forest in Germany. As a group of young architects and designers they planned and built the ‘Grimm City’ a miniature Cityscape based on the imaginations of the Brothers … Continue reading A Grimm City? Check it out at the Design Museum