Category Archives: COURSE VISITS & TRIPS

CIRENCESTER PRACTICE VISITS

We met Jane Fitzgerald White and David Bailey from PortusWhitton in Cirencester market square. They gave us a potted history of the place from the Roman days, through the Dark Ages to the time of the medieval abbey, then its

CIRENCESTER PRACTICE VISITS

We met Jane Fitzgerald White and David Bailey from PortusWhitton in Cirencester market square. They gave us a potted history of the place from the Roman days, through the Dark Ages to the time of the medieval abbey, then its

An inspiring talk about landscape inspiration

Jane Fitzgerald White, with the Portus Whitton practice in Cirencester, explained, indeed emphasised, the importance of the why and not just the how of landscape architecture. She herself has always taken delight in gardens and plants and has felt the

An inspiring talk about landscape inspiration

Jane Fitzgerald White, with the Portus Whitton practice in Cirencester, explained, indeed emphasised, the importance of the why and not just the how of landscape architecture. She herself has always taken delight in gardens and plants and has felt the

LVIA is more interesting than design. Discuss.

The last session of the Professional Practice module comprised a double act from Kathryn Ball and Radek Chanas who both work as landscape architects at Pegasus in Cirencester. Initially they revealed how they got into the profession themselves – generally

LVIA is more interesting than design. Discuss.

The last session of the Professional Practice module comprised a double act from Kathryn Ball and Radek Chanas who both work as landscape architects at Pegasus in Cirencester. Initially they revealed how they got into the profession themselves – generally

A STRANGE AND BEAUTIFUL PLACE

“A STRANGE AND BEAUTIFUL PLACE” These were the words that Dennis Potter, British dramatist born in the FOREST of DEAN, chose to describe his home area. He went on to say it contained “rather ugly villages in a beautiful landscape,

A STRANGE AND BEAUTIFUL PLACE

“A STRANGE AND BEAUTIFUL PLACE” These were the words that Dennis Potter, British dramatist born in the FOREST of DEAN, chose to describe his home area. He went on to say it contained “rather ugly villages in a beautiful landscape,

Landscape Institute: Launch of Student Travel Award 2019

We’re pleased to announce that we have officially launched the LI Student Travel Awards 2019! For those of you who may not be familiar with the competition, we enable students on our accredited courses are eligible to apply for a

Landscape Institute: Launch of Student Travel Award 2019

We’re pleased to announce that we have officially launched the LI Student Travel Awards 2019! For those of you who may not be familiar with the competition, we enable students on our accredited courses are eligible to apply for a

ROCK ON!

The Appraising Landscapes session last week (18th October) consisted of laboratory work investigating the qualities of natural rocks from Britain and Europe then some local soil samples which were tested for texture and pH values. A basic knowledge of geology

ROCK ON!

The Appraising Landscapes session last week (18th October) consisted of laboratory work investigating the qualities of natural rocks from Britain and Europe then some local soil samples which were tested for texture and pH values. A basic knowledge of geology

DERIVE DELIGHTS

New students to the landscape architecture course in Cheltenham have been introduced to the delights of the dérive. From the French and literally meaning ‘drifting’, the dérives we have undertaken have included wandering around the town centre during induction week

DERIVE DELIGHTS

New students to the landscape architecture course in Cheltenham have been introduced to the delights of the dérive. From the French and literally meaning ‘drifting’, the dérives we have undertaken have included wandering around the town centre during induction week