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Architecture and Landscape Open Day 23rd February 2013 February 13, 2013

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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)
Greenwich Campus
Park Row, Greenwich
London SE10 9LS

Staff and Students will be available throughout the day to answer any of your questions

Photo Office / Paper Supply Operating Times January 14, 2013

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From January 2013 the term time operating hours of the Photographic Office and the Paper Supplies Stock will be as follows

You must visit within these times to arrange loan of photographic equipment or to purchase special paper types.

Further information about camera booking procedure can be found on the Photo Studio Facilities Page

‘Desert Restoration Bites’ One Day Conference December 21, 2012

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The University of Greenwich and COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) will be hosting a one day conference on Arid Lands and Desert Restoration on the 8th of January 2013. Experts from around the world (USA, South Africa, China, Australia, Argentina, Spain) will speak on their experience and expertise with regard to restoration of degraded lands and sustainable land management.

The conference is free but must be reserved on the web at:

http://desertrestorationbites.eventbrite.co.uk

Digital Studio: 2012 Upgrades November 1, 2012

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Digital Studio 2nd floor computer studios are now running 64 bit Windows 7; all the machines have at least 8Gb Ram that Windows 7 64 bit applications can take full advantage of.

The 64 bit applications now running are:

Other applications are installed which currently only exist as 32 bit versions and so would not take advantage of the Win64 platform; e.g. Rhino 4, Sketchup, zBrush

There is also a new large format plotter / scanner which has been loaded up with “Wallpaper” style Art Paper on a roll.  This is thick, slightly rough, slightly pigmented paper which is very similar to the art paper sold for use in the A1 sheet feed plotter.  The advantage of the roll wallpaper plotter is that it doesn’t require jobs to be fed manually one at a time.  The plotter can also process the plot jobs more quickly and the standard of plot is much higher (the sheet feeders suffer from green hue when printing black on that paper).  The paper is quite expensive and difficult to get so the price is £3.50 per A1.  This machine will also scan large format prints up to A0 size; no charge for this.

One issue that is currently affecting plotters is the “sticking” in the setup pages; unfortunately this irritating bug occurs on newer plotters across the University and means you have to be extra patient when specifying size of paper, quality etc.  It appears to be an issue between the queue accounting software and the plotter drivers – the central IT team is investigating a solution for this.

SoAD+C Timetable 2012/2013 September 28, 2012

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2012-2013 Timetable (coordinating all handin dates and times across years 1-5 Architecture programmes)

please note the hand-in dates (and times) for all the various courses.

Download Timetable as PDF Document

Department of Architecture and Landscape September 25, 2012

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The University of Greenwich Department of Architecture and Landscape is a positive and creative environment that, due its location within the School of Architecture, Design and Construction, is Multi and Inter disciplinary by nature; this puts us in a unique position to equip students to address global environmental and technological challenges and bring to the fore cutting edge approaches to Design and Construction, approaches conceived within the context of an efficient and ethical use of resources.

Our programs aim to address and define new trends and knowledge in the field of Architecture and Landscape; to posit new aesthetic systems and codes of representation for Architecture and Landscape; to facilitate a body of knowledge, both practical and theoretical, that allows students to develop and refine their own design language albeit within a rigorous academic framework.

Our students are encouraged, challenged and inspired in equal measure; we offer an environment where students are able to develop skills and practices that will extend well beyond their time at University, while at the same time we make sure that they are given space to flourish as people.

At University of Greenwich Department of Architecture and Landscape we believe we have a responsibility to look forward; to not only deal with what Architecture and Landscape are and were, but to set an agenda for what Architecture and Landscape could be.