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Rethinking the Urban Landscape - a travelling exhibition

A major exhibition curated by The Building Centre and Landscape Institute.

exhibition

The exhibition highlights the importance of landscape in shaping our
cities.

Rethinking the Urban Landscape was held at The Building Centre in London earlier this year, and also went to Ecobuild. The exhibition is now touring.

2015

 

Newcastle

3 – 17 August

City Library

Charles Avison Building, 33 New Bridge Street West

Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8AX

 

Scotland

September – October (dates TBC)

Venue TBC

 

Leeds

2 – 23 November

Venue TBC

 

Sheffield

23 November – 13 December

Sheffield Winter Garden

90 Surrey Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 2LH

 

2016

 

Wales

11-29 January

The National Assembly for Wales

Cardiff Bay, CF99 1N

 

Suffolk

March (dates TBC)

Suffolk County Council

 

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.

 

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Page last updated 1 July 2015

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2015

Rethinking the Urban Landscape

3 – 17 August
Newcastle

September – October (dates TBC)
Scotland

2 – 23 November
Leeds

23 November – 13 December
Sheffield

11-29 January 2016
Wales

March (dates TBC)
Suffolk

 

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