Thursday 19 February
The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT
What does the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Eden Project and Gardens by the Bay in Singapore have in common? They are all landscapes created by landscape architects. To find out more about this exciting and diverse profession join the Landscape Institute for an informal half-term drop-in careers afternoon in Central London.
On Thursday 19 February the Landscape Institute is inviting anyone interested in finding out more about a career in landscape architecture to a drop-in careers session. Meet staff from the Landscape Institute, find out about paths to qualification and accredited courses, pick-up factsheets and access the newly launched Be a Landscape Architect website.
Landscape architects create great places – working with the built and natural environment to create wildlife habitats, innovative spaces and thriving communities. They deal with a wide range of landscapes from urban to rural, infrastructure, mountain tops and beaches.
The careers session is taking place at The Building Centre where there is also an exhibition – Rethinking the Urban Landscape – which explores the impact landscape architects can have in creating healthier, safer and happier places to be. The exhibition brings together many of the best international projects with a collection of inspiring models and films.
The event is free to attend. Visit the Landscape Institute Events page to find out more.
To find out more about a career as a landscape architect visit www.bealandscapearchitect.com
For further information or for careers materials, contact firstname.lastname@example.org