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  • New Collective Landscape Futures series

    New Collective Landscape Futures series

    Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Greenwich is delighted to announce the next series of Collective Landscape Futures roundtable discussions. All events will be hosted in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery (London SE10 9BD). 27th January 2023.  6-8pm.  Growth & Climate: The ethics of design. This roundtable discussion will explore how design practices can contribute to […]

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  • URBAN DEVELOPMENT DIETS

    URBAN DEVELOPMENT DIETS

    March 18 (5-7pm) /// URBAN DEVELOPMENT DIETS is a roundtable to discuss practices of urban change that can advance rather than undermine social and environmental justice. Speakers include: Ben Campkin / Helena Rivera / Henry Day / Toya Peal / Will Sandy. Register here. COLLECTIVE LANDSCAPE FUTURES is a series of roundtable conversations – with students, […]

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  • Greenwich lecturer leads LFA shorlisted proposal Reimagining Butler’s Wharf

    Greenwich lecturer leads LFA shorlisted proposal Reimagining Butler’s Wharf

    The London Festival of Architecture and Butler’s Wharf Riverside Trust have revealed the six design teams shortlisted in the ‘Reimagining Butler’s Wharf’ competition, which aims to see the long-term transformation of one of London’s most popular riverside spaces, bringing visitors, Londoners and the local community back together on this historic jetty. Over 50 teams of […]

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  • Internship in London with the Edible Bus Stop

    Internship in London with the Edible Bus Stop

    Leading London Landscape Architecture and Community Design social enterprise seeking interns. Intern with the Edible Bus Stop The Edible Bus Stop is a design led Landscape Architecture and Community Design social enterprise that uses food growing as a tool to connect people with one another & in turn where their food comes from. There are […]

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