Category Archives: STUDENT & COURSE NEWS

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

INTERNSHIP IN NEW YORK

We are starting our search for a 2019 Spring intern that will be working with us for 6 month period from the beginning of January to end of June. See poster for more details at the following link: Intern Ad_Spring

INTERNSHIP IN NEW YORK

We are starting our search for a 2019 Spring intern that will be working with us for 6 month period from the beginning of January to end of June. See poster for more details at the following link: Intern Ad_Spring

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

Tredworth Street Party 24th June 2018

  The final year Landscape and Community module, this year based in Gloucester’s Tredworth ward, has had a significant impact on residents and local organisers in terms of their positive response to the many ideas generated by our students for

Tredworth Street Party 24th June 2018

  The final year Landscape and Community module, this year based in Gloucester’s Tredworth ward, has had a significant impact on residents and local organisers in terms of their positive response to the many ideas generated by our students for

Snow doesn’t disrupt Professional Practice session

Although all university campuses were closed last week owing to the disruption caused by the heavy snowfall, landscape students normally scheduled to a Professional Practice session were instead given the task of building a landscape architect in the snow. Complete

Snow doesn’t disrupt Professional Practice session

Although all university campuses were closed last week owing to the disruption caused by the heavy snowfall, landscape students normally scheduled to a Professional Practice session were instead given the task of building a landscape architect in the snow. Complete

BEAUTIFUL FUTURES

Final model submissions from MA Landscape Urban Futures module.

BEAUTIFUL FUTURES

Final model submissions from MA Landscape Urban Futures module.

Adrian Philips visiting speaker

On Tuesday, 28th of November, we had the pleasure and honour to host Adrian Phillips as guest speaker for the module of Environment and Legislation.  Adrian has a great and long experience as consultant on conservation and environmental topics, in particular

Adrian Philips visiting speaker

On Tuesday, 28th of November, we had the pleasure and honour to host Adrian Phillips as guest speaker for the module of Environment and Legislation.  Adrian has a great and long experience as consultant on conservation and environmental topics, in particular