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A major exhibition curated by The Building Centre and Landscape Institute
This new exhibition highlights the importance of landscape in shaping our
Rethinking the Urban Landscape exemplifies how landscape architecture can offer sustainable
solutions to the big challenges facing contemporary urban society
including flooding and public health.
Showcasing some of the UK’s most powerful contemporary landscape
projects including King’s Cross and the Olympic Park, alongside small,
community-led schemes including pocket parks and community allotments,
the exhibition will highlight the importance of investing in green infrastructure if
our cities are to become more liveable, healthy and safe.
It opens at The Building Centre on 8th January sponsored by ACO Technologies plc and Penter.
8 January – 10 February 2015
The Building Centre
London WC1E 7BT
Events are planned for London and other locations in 2015.
LI BIM Masterclasses aim to demonstrate how BIM can be applied to a landscape architecture workflow, including examples of the process, and how information is produced, managed and interrogated. The event will also outline the benefits and opportunities that BIM presents for landscape architects.
The events are aimed at those who would like to see practical examples of BIM processes for landscape, those who wish to enhance their existing knowledge of the subject and anyone wishing to learn about BIM for the first time. .
Five training sessions are being held around the country, led by Professor Carys Swanwick and Mary O’Connor CMLI.
Tickets will go on sale seven weeks before each event.
For further information on the programme and leaders, download the flyer.
Page last updated 15 December 2014
This page lists events organised by the Landscape Institute.
Other events can be found in News.
South West branch Future Direction event - Bristol
South East branch Future Direction event - Reading
GLVIA training - Manchester
BIM Masterclass - Manchester
25 February 2015
GLVIA training - London