Landscape architects work across large and small scales to face a variety of global and local challenges. This year’s congress will take a closer look at urban transformation, green mobility, healthy and beautiful landscapes and public participation. As part of this congress, students are asked to challenge what “Common Ground” means in small transformation areas in the dense city. IFLA invites students in small groups to interpret the concepts of “common ground” to Hovinbyen, a former industria
THE RENEWAL OF PLANT HERITAGE IN HISTORIC PARKS AND GARDENS: THE MANAGEMENT OF TREES
Friday 17 May 2019, Carlos V Palace, Alhambra, Granada
The event is aimed at promoting and facilitating the exchange of professional knowledge on the management and maintenance of our landscape heritage. For this purpose, its main objective will be to highlight the unique character of the arboreal heri-tage of the historic gardens and parks, with the program detailed below.
The Florence Charter, referential doc
April is World Landscape Architecture Month and to celebrate the occasion, the Joint Postgraduate Program of Studies in Landscape Architecture AUTh is organising a Symposium regarding the European Landscape Convention, Council of Europe and the liabilities derived from this, regarding works and projects. In this celebration of the landscape, we invite to collaborate all relevant members of academia, ministries, authorities, societies and organisations and the public. The European Landscape Conv
Cetățuia Hill – International Design Competition / Amenajare Cetățuia – Concurs Internațional de Soluții
The Order of Architects of Romania (OAR) announces the launch of the International Design Competition ”Cetățuia Hill Cluj-Napoca – Design competition for “Cetățuia Hill” urban ensemble in Cluj-Napoca”.
The Competition’s purpose is finding the best solution for redesigning the lands within the “Cetățuia” urban ensemble in the property of the Cluj-Napoca Municipality, as a start to capitaliz
If you know of an important heritage that is endangered – such as a historic monument or archaeological site, a place of worship, an industrial complex, a historic park, a museum or a movable heritage asset – why not nominate it for the 7 Most Endangered programme 2020
7 Most Endangered programme identifies threatened monuments and sites in Europe and mobilises public and private partners – on a local, national and European level – to find a viable future for thos
IFLA Europe and its Romanian Landscape Architects Association – ASOP – Asociatia Peisagistilor din Romania – have been selected as official Partner of the EU Green Week 2019!
13 May 2019 – Student Workshop – Urban Arboriculture and Management for Green Spaces – organised by AsoP – venue – USAMV / Herastrau Park
14 May 2019 – opening Students Projects Exhibition – Urban Green Infrastructures – USAMV grand hall (the exhibition will stand unt
ICLEI – local governments for Sustainability- is a global network of more than 1750 local and regional governments committed to sustainable urban development. ICLEI in collaboration with NATURVATION and EKLIPSE, invites municipalities in South-Eastern Europe to apply to host a two-day workshop titled “Financing Greener Cities”. This capacity-building event will sharpen local stakeholders’ expertise in exploring financing arrangements for nature-based interventions.
The two-day workshop will bri
IFLA Africa will be organising the 6th IFLA Africa Symposium entitled: “Landscape, Landscape Architects and Sustainable cities” 11-12 October 2019, in Tunis.
The Symposium is organised by the Tunisian Association of Landscape Architects and Engineers (TALAE).