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We have moved! March 5, 2015

Posted by Ed Wall in : Apply to study, DWLS Dragon Garden for Druk White Lotus School, Field trips, General Information, Landscape Architecture, News and Events, Projects and Galleries, Staff and Students, Uncategorized , add a comment

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We have moved! In September 2014, the Landscape Architecture programmes moved into the new Stockwell Street building. This follows the formation of the new Department of Architecture and Landscape at the University of Greenwich.

We have created a department blog, 

We have moved! March 5, 2015

Posted by Ed Wall in : Uncategorized , add a comment

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We have moved! In September 2014, the Landscape Architecture programmes moved into the new Stockwell Street building. It is a £76m building situated within the World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich designed by Stirling Prize shortlisted designers Heneghan Peng. The building incorporates

We have moved! March 5, 2015

Posted by Ed Wall in : Uncategorized , add a comment

cropped-e35ce06a036979063b691e078eaa076c (1)

We have moved! In September 2014, the Landscape Architecture programmes moved into the new Stockwell Street building. It is a £76m building situated within the World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich designed by Stirling Prize shortlisted designers Heneghan Peng. The building incorporates

We have moved! March 5, 2015

Posted by Ed Wall in : Uncategorized , add a comment

cropped-e35ce06a036979063b691e078eaa076c (1)

We have moved! In September 2014, the Landscape Architecture programmes moved into the new Stockwell Street building. It is a £76m building situated within the World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich designed by Stirling Prize shortlisted designers Heneghan Peng. The building incorporates

We have moved! March 5, 2015

Posted by Ed Wall in : Uncategorized , add a comment

cropped-e35ce06a036979063b691e078eaa076c (1)

We have moved! In September 2014, the Landscape Architecture programmes moved into the new Stockwell Street building. It is a £76m building situated within the World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich designed by Stirling Prize shortlisted designers Heneghan Peng. The building incorporates

We have moved! March 5, 2015

Posted by Ed Wall in : Uncategorized , add a comment

cropped-e35ce06a036979063b691e078eaa076c (1)

We have moved! In September 2014, the Landscape Architecture programmes moved into the new Stockwell Street building. It is a £76m building situated within the World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich designed by Stirling Prize shortlisted designers Heneghan Peng. The building incorporates

We have moved! March 5, 2015

Posted by Ed Wall in : Uncategorized , add a comment

cropped-e35ce06a036979063b691e078eaa076c (1)

We have moved! In September 2014, the Landscape Architecture programmes moved into the new Stockwell Street building. It is a £76m building situated within the World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich designed by Stirling Prize shortlisted designers Heneghan Peng. The building incorporates

We have moved! March 5, 2015

Posted by Ed Wall in : Uncategorized , add a comment

cropped-e35ce06a036979063b691e078eaa076c (1)

We have moved! In September 2014, the Landscape Architecture programmes moved into the new Stockwell Street building. It is a £76m building situated within the World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich designed by Stirling Prize shortlisted designers Heneghan Peng. The building incorporates

The highway from Manali to the Druk White Lotus School, the Dragon Garden and Leh November 1, 2014

Posted by Tom Turner in : DWLS Dragon Garden for Druk White Lotus School , add a comment

Here is a video of my journey to the Dragon Garden and the Druk White Lotus School in 2014. It’s a great way to get there. We are looking for landscape architecture or garden design or landscape manager volunteers for

Map of 678 known green roofs in London November 1, 2014

Posted by Tom Turner in : Uncategorized , add a comment

This map, produced by the Greater London Authority, showed 679 green roofs in Central London on 1st November 2014. Please comment to add updated figures at a later date. Sadly, the map does not extend to Greenwich and therefore does