Scapeworld – Landscape architects under an almond tree, 21 June 2015, at Parque de la Quinta de los Molinos, in Madrid

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Scapeworld – Landscape architects under an almond tree, 21 June 2015, at Parque de la Quinta de los Molinos, in Madrid

IFLA Europe launched SCAPEWORLD Programme 2015 as action group whose objective is to raise awareness about landscape architecture engaging LA students, young practitioners, general public and all those interested in landscape architecture. The main objective is to create initially a virtual space, an area understood as a playground, where LA professionals, young LA practitioners and students can meet, learn about other and present their own landscapes, identity, etc. At a later stage, all activities carried out would be presented to wide public in order to explain better and become more understandable what landscape architecture is and why was it so important for the future of our society.

Scapeworld – Landscape architects under an almond tree, 21 June 2015, at Parque de la Quinta de los Molinos, in Madrid

Landscape architects will meet in Madrid, at Parque de la Quinta de los Molinos in Madrid on 21 June 2015 to introduce IFLA Europe’s Scapeworld networking project. This project will create a big European Global Landscape Identity aimed at removing the barrier between landscape and other professionals through activities made and created by the members and shared using social media.  Local authorities, representatives of universities and local supporter associations will also be present to discuss, raise awareness and encourage landscape architects to put new energy into the work.

Preview ChangesProgramme of the event:

12:00 presentation ‐‐‐ IFLA EUROPE + SCAPEWORLD
12:30 Talking Teaching — [universities] [professionals]
13:00 Landscape blog meeting ‐‐‐ SCAPEWORLD + Blogs
14:00 Trivial‐Landscape‐Madrid ‐‐‐ AEP_student group