HDYL? lecture with Lizzy Hirsch & Sebastien Penfornis

5.5.2018 16:00, Faculty of Architecture TU Delft, room BG west 030 Lecture in the How Do You Landscape? series organised by the Landscape Architecture chair, TU Delft Lizzy Hirsch – Birth of a Park. Strategies on community activism in sustaining a vision. Greater urbanization, in combination with fraying community ties, has resulted in greater pressure and conflict…

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HDYL Colloquium “SCAPES” #2: Road-Scapes

The chair of Landscape Architecture invites you to a new colloquium series in the How Do You Landscape? sessions entitled “SCAPES”. This series focusses on urgent and emerging themes for spatial design, such as disasters and emergencies, co-creation, social justice and new technology. We invite leading academics and practitioners with contrasting or complementary views to…

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New HDYL Lecture Series “SCAPES”

The chair of Landscape Architecture invites you to a new series of lectures in How-Do-You-Landscape tradition entitled “SCAPES”. This series continues the direction of the HDYL lectures, this time focusing on specific emerging themes for spatial design, such as disasters and emergencies, co-creation, social justice and new technology. We invite leading academics and practitioners with contrasting…

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Minjie Si 4.11.2014

In today’s HowDoYouLandscape? lecture Minjie Si  Co-founder of X.SCAPE a former director of Studio X at Turenscape on Three elements of water urbanism Minjie Si is an Alumna of TU Delft 2006-2008, from times before the Master Track Landscape Architecture. She was educated in a traditional architecture school from Shanghai Tongji University, however two years’ study in European Master…

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John Lonsdale & Paul Roncken 14.10.2014

The next How Do You Landscape? lectures on ‘Urban by Nature’ are coming up next week: John Lonsdale is an Architect who studied at the AA in London and won the Prix de Rome for Landscape Architecture and Urbanism for his work Shifting Horizons: Towards a non-Deterministic Urbanism in 2001. In 2004 he established his…

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