London Festival of Architecture has announced that the theme of the 2017 festival will be ‘memory’. The theme of will be explored through a wide range of events and activities when the London Festival of Architecture – Europe’s biggest annual architecture festival – returns on 1-30 June 2017.
More information can be found here.
CTLAS is pleased to announce the joint design exhibitions of landscape architectural students in Songshan Cultural and Creative Park, Taipei, between May 20th and 23rd. Students from twelve landscape architectural programs will showcase the results of their final-year studio before the graduation.
The exhibitions not only connect the schools, they also bring together
Berlin and other metropolises are currently faced with enormous challenges, especially with regard to significant population growth. The question is, what is the significance of urban freerooms for sustainable growth? What contributions can landscape architecture, urban and open space planning and garden culture make when it comes to answering global challenges on the ground?
On 18 and 19 May 2017, the conference will address the importance of public space in the cities’ century. On May 20 and
|Taking place in Sydney on 6 May, this one-day conference will feature expert commentary and insights from landscape professionals working throughout the world, incl|
Landscape and Life is an international conference that will focus on the relationship between outdoor spaces and quality of life at different life stages.
Professionals from a range of disciplines will share ground-breaking research an
Nature and society: synergies, conflicts, trade-offs. An international conference on synergies, conflicts and trade-offs in the relationship between nature and society
Synergies, conflicts and trade-offs in the relationship between nature and society are key processes in socio-ecological systems. While conflicts are regarded as challenging and difficult trade-offs between ecosystem services are often necessary, the search for synergies and win-win solutions are essential steps in finding lasti
The conference will be an outstanding opportunity for worldwide planners to learn, present and discuss some of the most recent planning, research and decision making issues.
Abstracts to one of the following topics should be submitted by 1st May 2017
- Technology, infrastructure and buildings
- Governance and inclusive communities
- Culture, community experience and the sharing economy
Intertwine Alliance partners The Nature of Cities, The Bullitt Foundation, Urban Greenspaces Institute and Portland State University Institute for Sustainable Solutions are teaming up for the Nature of Cities Summit: Exploring Paths to Collaboration on Green Cities.
The event will feature a group of 23 green city luminaries from around the world for an afternoon of presentations and small group discussions, followed by a happy hour.
Space is very limited; tickets range from $15 to $30, with e
Simposio Paisaje y Territorio: 25 de abril, Auditorio Cincuentenario de la Universidad de La Salle. Paisaje:escenarios para la paz
Symposium landscape and territory: April 25th, 50th anniversary, Auditorium of the University of La Salle.
The International Symposium Planning Retreat will bring an international, trans-disciplinary group engaged in green city building to Portland April 25-27, 2017, for a series of workshops, field trips and planning sessions. City-building requires collaboration across political boundaries, points of view and disciplines, and through a green lens.
Themes will include:
- adaptation to climate change and green infrastructure
- equity and inclusion
- governance across jurisdictional boundaries
- creating uni
2017 is very important for landscape architecture in Croatia. This year is 25th anniversary of Croatian Association of Landscape Architects. Due to this special occasion, we are preparing annual international meeting: „Landscape architecture and Tourism“, to
The award recipients receive featured coverage in ILAM’s Bulletin Landskap and a special publication in conjunction with the award – “Landscape Architecture Malaysia Yearbook” and a Special Edition in the local press, following the award ceremony. Award recipients will be honoured at the Awards Presentation Ceremony during ILAM’s ML
For more information see here.
Trees, People and the Built Environment 3 (TPBE3) will be held at Birmingham University, from 5-6 April 2017, attracting professionals from both the built and natural environments with the aim of fostering collaborative thinking and practice. The third in this series of triennial conferences, TPBE3 will focus on the themes of health and highways.
Keynote speakers confirmed so far include landscape planning and public health expert Dr Matilda van den Bosch from the University of British Columbia;
The 2017 NZILA Conference will be held at Wellington’s Embassy Theatre. The event will include the Resene NZILA Pride of Place Landscape Architecture Awards function.
A beach. Three houses. A road. A valley. The local park. Subdivisions. Schools. Apartments, plazas, waterfronts. In the era of the global, consumption and land prices and mass transit and starchitecture make big cities bigger. Small urban offers a compelling alternative, a resistance to the globalizing trend a mindset that connec
This Conference is not only the final Conference of GreenInUrbs but also a strategic event for the H2020 priority topic of the Nature Based Solutions. It will bring together different communities besides to the GreenInUrbs one, including that of scientists and academics, practitioners, policy makers/administrators, industries.
The conference will inc
The US Play Coalition invites you to attend the 2017 Conference on the Value of Play: Where Design Meets Play, April 2-5 at Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina.
The annual Conference on the Value of Play brings together leading play researchers, park and recreation professionals, educators, health scientists, landscape architects, designers, planners, business and community leaders, psychologists, physicians and parents from across the country.
More information about the call is here.
The exhibition will take place from 31st of May to 30th of June 2017 at The Gallery of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts, Đure Jakšića street 2, Belgrade, Serbia
The conference focuses on good planning and living in medium sized cities like Moss.
The main language of the conference is Norwegian.
“Keynote presentations by:
Ole Schrøder, The 3rd Nature, Copenhagen
Sylvia Karres, Karres&Brands, Hilversum, Netherlands“
More information can be found here.
The theme is We love plants !, as usual with a range of inspiring national and international speakers, including John Taylor of Sweden, Sarah Price from Britain, Ingrid Swan from Ireland, Sophie Leguil from France, Scott Stewart from Millennium Park, Chicago, USA, and Cassian Schmidt from Hermannshof, Germany.