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East of Eden Book Launch June 22, 2015

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  • Saturday 27th June 2015
  • 2.00 – 6.00
  • Stockwell Street Building 11
  • Floor Design Studios

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East of Eden is a design research project that seeks to re-imagine three areas within the Royal Borough of Greenwich (East Greenwich, Greenwich Peninsula and Thamesmead) as case studies for the development of London in the 21st century.  The project has involved the entire Department from year one to Masters and across all Architecture and Landscape programmes, the book contains contributions from students, staff and a range of external guests.

Note this will be the LAST CHANCE to see the Architecture and Landscape End of Year Exhibition 2015

 

 

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University of Greenwich Department of Architecture and Landscape :: Exhibition 2015 [East of Eden] May 27, 2015

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University of Greenwich Department of Architecture and Landscape

Exhibition 2015 [East of Eden]

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  • Show Opening / Private View – Friday 12th June – 5 > 9pm
  • East of Eden Book Launch – Saturday 27th June – 2 > 6pm

Show open every day Saturday 13th June > Sunday 28th June

  • Weekdays open Midday > 8pm
  • Weekends open 11am > 6pm
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A Department of Architecture and Landscape Exhibition EAST OF EDEN: WORKS IN PROGRESS April 7, 2015

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A Department of Architecture and Landscape Exhibition

EAST OF EDEN: WORKS IN PROGRESS

  • Thursday 16th April 2015 > 6 – 9 pm
  • Project Space + The Gallery @ Stockwell Street

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An Exhibition showcasing ongoing student projects from the Department of Architecture and Landscape at the University of Greenwich. East of Eden is a department-wide cross-disciplinary project that seeks to reimagine specific areas of South East London in the 21st century.

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Easter Opening March 30, 2015

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The opening arrangements for the Easter break are as follows:

  • First Floor Design Studios : opening times area as usual for the building (including Bank holidays Monday and Friday)
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  • Photography studios
    • Thursday 2nd April – Friday 10th April: Closed
    • Monday 13th – Friday 17th / Monday 20th – Friday 24th : Open but make arrangement with Robbie first
  • Workshop
    • Tuesday 7th – Friday 17th: Open by appointment only – mail the support team first
    • Monday 20th – Friday 24th: Open 9.30 – 4.30

 

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An AVATAR Conference FUTURE CITIES 4: RECONCILING OPPOSITES March 30, 2015

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An AVATAR Conference

FUTURE CITIES 4: RECONCILING OPPOSITES

  • Friday 17th April – 10am > 5pm + Drinks reception from 5pm
  • Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre [11_0003]

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Keynote Speaker – MICHAEL SORKIN

City College of New York / Michael Sorkin Studio

 

JUSTIN McGUIRK

Strelka Press / Writer, Critic, Curator

 

IAN WORLEY

Enderby Group, Greenwich

 

NIC CLEAR

University of Greenwich

 

NEIL SPILLER

University of Greenwich

 

MARK MORRIS

Cornell University

 

SIMON WITHERS

University of Greenwich

 

ED WALL

University of Greenwich

 

SIMON HERRON

University of Greenwich

 

Department of Architecture and Landscape
University of Greenwich
Academic Building 11
Stockwell Street
Greenwich
London SE10 8EY

http://architecture.gre.ac.uk

 

 

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The Hawksmoor International Open Lecture Series: Coren Sharples Construction is Communication – How SHoP Builds March 23, 2015

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The Hawksmoor International Open Lecture Series

AD Architectural Design Annual Lecture
Coren Sharples
Construction is Communication: How SHoP Builds

  • Thursday 26th March 2015 > 6.30pm
  • Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre [11_0003]

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What opportunities does technology bring to design and construction today? And what pitfalls? In this talk, SHoP’s Coren Sharples will explore the space where technology, design intention, and built fact collide. Using the work of the firm, she will illustrate how craft, and even creativity, can be supported and enhanced by the intelligent deployment of contemporary tools. A founding partner, Coren has been at the center of this deeply collaborative practice for nearly twenty years.

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