- Open Lecture Series 2013/2014
- Norbert Singer Lecture Theatre / M055
- Mansion Site, Avery Hill Campus
- Wednesday 5th March; 6PM
The lecture will focus on atmospheric perceptive awareness as an attitude to expand the way we read, transform and interact with our reality. This attitude will catalyse a spontaneous connection with our environment, with others and with ourselves, which is related to environmental, social and mental or imaginative aspects respectively. A group of aspects that is able to configure an ecological attitude. According to this, we will go through a collection of different landscape and open space or architectural projects developed by our office – Gálvez+Wieczorek Architecture – in relation to four blocks: The direct experience and the definition of an atmospheric perceptive awareness; the expansion of the quotidian experience through a somatic connection with the environment; the urban obsolescence as an opportunity to re-read and re-build reality; and tools ready to be used in the development of implementations and new synergies.… Read More
Architecture Academic Calendar 2013-2014 September 27, 2013Posted by Phil Hudson in : General Information, News , add a comment
Here is the master academic timetable as a PDF download for Architecture undergraduate and postgraduate students for 2013 / 2014
This can also be found on Moodle
Architecture Exhibition 2013 Photographs July 9, 2013Posted by Phil Hudson in : Events and Exhibitions, Galleries, General Information, News , add a comment
Here are some photographs from this summer’s Architecture Exhibition held in Queen Anne at the Maritime Greenwich campus.
3D Printed Model May 20, 2013Posted by Phil Hudson in : 3D Printer, General Information, News , add a comment
A 3d model created in 3D Studio Max by BA 3D Digital Design and Animation Student Gokhan Ulgerli.
The skin of the model is quite thin; this and the fact that there are very shallow curves on it mean that the contoured effect between layers is very visible.
This model took 20 hours to print on the Dimension Elite ABS printer, It is about 180mm long x 40 mm high and cost £30.
University of Greenwich GIS Forum February 21, 2013Posted by Phil Hudson in : General Information, Landscape Architecture, News , add a comment
The first meeting of the new University of Greenwich GIS Forum was held on the 14th of February on the Greenwich campus. GIS – Geographic Information Systems – is taught, practised and researched by a number of Schools, Departments and individuals within the University and the concept behind the forum is to bring together those working in the field to better understand the scope of GIS within the University, to pool expertise and instigate research and collaborate on projects where GIS is a key part of the project.
The meeting which was instigated by Benz Kotzen and Shelley Mosco of the Sustainable Landscapes Research Group, School of Architecture Design and Construction, was attended by representatives of most Schools, by Prof.… Read More
Architecture and Landscape Open Day 23rd February 2013 February 13, 2013Posted by Phil Hudson in : Events and Exhibitions, General Information, News , add a comment
OPEN DAY: 23 February 2013
Please visit us at the University of Greenwich; Department of Architecture and Landscape Open Day to hear about the exciting programmes we offer
SATURDAY 23RD FEBRUARY 2013: 10.00AM – 3.00PM
Stephen Lawrence Building (First Floor)
Park Row, Greenwich
London SE10 9LS
- 10.30am – 11.00am and 12.00Pm – 12.30Pm
Introductory presentation: BA (Hons) Architecture (RIBA Pt1)
- 11.00am – 11.30Am and 1.00pm – 1.30pm
Introductory presentation: Diploma in Architecture (RIBA Pt2) AND MSc ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
- 11.30Am – 12.00pm and 1.30pm – 2.00pm
Introductory presentation: Landscape Architecture
[BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture, BA (Hons) Garden Design, Post Graduate Certificate in Landscape Design, MA/Diploma in Landscape Architecture]
- 2.00pm – 2.30pm
TALK: New SCHOOL Building at Stockwell Street, Greenwich
- 10.00am – 2.00pm
Portfolio Workshop: Bring your portfolio for an informal drop-in portfolio workshop.