Landscape architecture CPD: nature in urban public open spaces

Brasilia is famous for its aesthetics – NOT for the social or ecological quality of its public open spaces

Beyond Green: Rethinking Nature in Urban Public Spaces

  • Is the idea of nature relevant to public open space in urban areas? Yes.
  • Should landscape architects be involved? Yes.

But what, why, how and where can and should nature influence the planning and design of public open space in urban areas. A good way to learn more is to attend the forthcoming CDP event in Cheltenham, organised by the Landscape Architecture Department at the University of Gloucester on  12 June 2019 11:30am – 14:00pm. Book with Eventbrite.

 

Tom Turner

Posted in landscape architecture, public parks, urban design, urban squares

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