You are invited…

On behalf of the University of Greenwich Department of Architecture and Landscape,  You are invited to our Professional Practice Private View on 20 June 2017 between 6pm – 9pm.   During the evening you will have an opportunity to meet graduating Architecture and Landscape Architecture students: –          BA (Hons) Architecture –          BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture –          MArch Architecture –          MA Landscape Architecture –          MSc Advanced Landscape and Urbanism … Continue reading You are invited…

Stockwell Street selected in RIBA best buildings of 2015

The Stockwell Street building at the University of Greenwich has been selected by the RIBA as one of the best buildings of 2015. Described as a ‘delightful building’ by the Daily Telegraph the building hosts the the Department of Architecture and Landscape alongside the main university library, exhibition spaces, workshops and fourteen experimental green roofs. Continue reading Stockwell Street selected in RIBA best buildings of 2015

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

Grounds for Optimism – Designing Resilient Landscapes in London

On November 6th Johanna Gibbons and Neil Davidson of J & L Gibbons LLP, will be at the Garden Museum to talk about their recent exciting projects, including their winning entry to RIBA and Vauxhall BID’s ‘Vauxhall Missing Link Competition’ to redesign the public realm in the Vauxhall area of Nine Elms on the South Bank, and their approach to designing resilient landscapes for London. Continue reading Grounds for Optimism – Designing Resilient Landscapes in London