Conference “Arbres en ville (Trees in cities) will take place on 31 January 2019, at 19.30h, at the Château de Monceau, Place Albert 1er 34, 6031 Monceau-sur-Sambre. The Conference will be coordinated by Bernard Blareau, member of Centre du Paysage.
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Une conférence/débat coordonnée par Bernard Blareau, membre du Centre du Paysage ASBL et passionné d’arbres. Rendez-vous le jeudi
Blue Green Infrastructure – backbone of future green developments and circular economy in the EU
Are you a young professional who would like to get equipped with the necessary tools to approach personal growth, complex problems and translate these into powerful solutions that will be applied in practice? You could reach these goals by joining our project at Except Integrated Sustainability.
We are looking for two young professionals with aspirations to science, data and entrepreneurship who coul
Call for Papers
In conjunction with a meeting of Advisory Bodies of the World Heritage Committee, and in partnership with our network of indigenous peoples’ and civil society organisations, World Heritage Watch is organising the
6th International NGO Forum on World Heritage
The Forum will follow five International NGO Fora held in conjunction with annual sessions of the World Heritage Committee in 2012, and from 2015 – 2018.
The Forum will discuss cases of World Heritage Sites where there is a
13th Euro-mediterranean meetings “Dream, do and live the city and the landscapes with digital” – Virtual landscape
The association Volubilis organises two days of meetings between landscape professionals, passionate and curious members of society, from 28 to 30 November 2018, at the Theater des Halles, Avignon. It is also the opportunity to mark the 20th anniversary of Volubilis.
The purpose of these meetings is to promote the link and exchanges between mankind and territories. This year, the t
The LE:NOTRE Institute invites universities across Europe to express their interest in hosting the 9th LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum in spring 2020 or in 2021.
The LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum is a discourse-oriented and interdisciplinary event of four days duration. The forum focusses around local landscape challenges identified by the host institution. In accordance with the European Landscape Convention this includes outstanding as well as everyday or degraded landscapes in urban, peri-urban and ru
The Association of Landscape Architects of Russia (ALAROS) will organise annual Festival “IX Russian National Award for Landscape Architecture” on 19-23 November 2018 in Moscow, Russia.
This is the largest national event in the field of landscape architecture in Russia. This five days event is going to take place at the Central House of Architecture. Jury of this year Award, with Mrs. Larisa Kanunnikova as a head member, also includes Nigel Thorne (Great Britain), Helena Gutmane (Latvia), Tinat
ASOP event PUBLIC SPACE_2018_Press release_09.11.
The Romanian Landscape Architects’ Association –AsoP, Western Regional Branch, is holding (November 15-17) the latest edition of the PUBLIC SPACE conference series that began in 2013.
This event will bring together experts from a wide variety of fields, which have a direct and constant impact on the quality of the public space and, implicitly, on the quality of life, health and public safety, local authority representatives (the primary manag
On Thursday 8 November, the Dutch School of Landscape Architecture (DSL) organised the symposium ‘Crossing Borders in Landscape Architecture’ at the Delft University, Faculty of Architecture and the Build Environment. This was a unique opportunity to present IFLA Europe Exhibition project which represents good architectural and landscape projects from all IFLA Europe National Associations.
The exhibition has two main tasks. The first is raising awareness about real multifaceted role of landscap
Call for abstracts
NLA, the Norwegian Association of Landscape Architects is hosting the 56th IFLA World Congress, Common Ground in Oslo. Call for abstracts has now opened. We invite you to send us abstracts of up to 350 words, including project presentations, critical analyses, reflections and discussions related to the congress themes:
· Sustainable urban transformation
· Green mobility
· Beautiful and healthy cities
· Participation and democracy
Indicate to wh
Designed Landscapes — Brussels 1775-2020
15 November 2018 at 18.30 at CIVA building
CIVA is inviting you to the opening of the exhibition “Designated Landscapes – Brussels 1775-2020″
Designed Landscapes offers a unique look at the landscape of the Brussels Region, discovering the unique history of its parks and public gardens. Through many original documents, partly unpublished, it offers an overview of landscape creations between 1775 and the contemporary period, their authors and their histori
The Landscape Observatory of Catalonia, with the collaboration of the City Council of Santa Coloma de Cervelló, is organising the Paisajes Refugio day (Landscape refugee Day), which will take place in the Colonia Güell Crypt on Thursday, December 13, 2018.
In a tired and accelerated world, where noise is always present and silence is absent and retreating, more and more people are looking for a landscape in which they can rediscover themselves or through which, simply, can escape from the press
Global Warming of 1.5 °C by the Integovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the International Federation of Landscape Architect’s (IFLA) Working Group on Climate Change has issued the following statement:
The IPCC Special Report warns that unless significant reductions in emissions are attained before 2030, increases in the mean global temperature will surpass 1.5°C. As we are already experiencing the consequences on natural and human systems as a result of a 1°C temperature increase rapid
International Landscape Day of Council of Europe marked in Belgrade, Serbia
On the occasion of the International Landscape Day of Council of Europe, 20 October, the exhibition of students’ projects, under the title “Landscape and Education” was organised by the Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Forestry, in cooperation with the Ministry for Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia, and with the presence of the representativ
Portuguese Association of Landscape Architects APAP and the Portuguese Institute of Cultural Heritage are marking 30 years of the launch of the first Programme of Historic Gardens in Portugal on 23-24 November 2018.
Landscape Observatory of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto considers it most important to hold, in collaboration with the Portuguese Association of Historic Gardens, a conference to reflect on the work carried out since the launch of the Program in 1988, up to the t
It is my pleasure to inform you that our Portuguese member, APAP – Associação Portuguesa dos Arquitectos Paisagista, issued its special edition of newsletter. I am attaching the message from Jorge Cancela, the President.
“Dear Colleagues, Dear Friends,
We wanted to celebrate the Second International Landscape Day of the Council of Europe on 20 October with a news that everyone is waiting for: the Public Petition in which we all committed ourselves to the regulation of our profession and the c
On the occasion of the International Landscape Day of the Council of Europe, Cracow University of Technology, Institute of Landscape Architecture will organise XXV conference in the series of garden art and historical dendrology, VIII international edition “Historical urban greenery according to changes of beauty principles” 18-20 October 2018.
The programme will include a series of events:
Thursday, 18 October 2018, 13.00-16.33
Students’ session (venue: Instytut Botaniki PAN, sala błękitna, ul
TAVA2018 Lighting Design and Light Art Conference!
TAVA or Tartu in Light
is a consistent, international, cross-disciplinary festival of light art and lighting art. The pre- and main events of the festival will last for 30 days.The main program of the festival consists of international workshops, outdoor installations, a conference, a light fair and indoor exhibitions. In addition, smaller-scale satellite programs will be organized in collaboration with culture organizations and companies o
Call for Entries: 2019 European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards
The European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards are Europe’s highest honour in the heritage field. The Awards recognise the best conservation projects, the most impressive research; the most dedicated heritage professionals and volunteers; and the finest awareness raising, training and educational programmes.
Architects, craftsmen, cultural heritage experts, professionals and volunteers, public and private institutions,
AEP marks International Landscape Day!
On the occasion of the International Landscape Day, Spanish Association of Landscape Architects is organising an event on 19 October 2018 at 16.00hrs, at the auditorium of the Casa de vacas theatre (Parque del Retiro) in Madrid. President of the AEP Guillermo Cuadrado Olvera will address the participants together with Eduardo de Miguel Beascoechea, Director in Spain of Global Nature Foundation.
20 October is celebrated as International Landscape Day of the Council of Europe. The Second International Landscape Day of the Council of Europe seeks to promote “school and university courses which, in the relevant subject areas, address the values attaching to landscapes and the issues raised by their protection, management and planning” (Article 6 of the European Landscape Convention).
The First International Landscape Day of the Council of Europe was inspired by the European Landscape Conv
Call for Papers – Joint conference of ECLAS and UNISCAPE 2019″Lessons from the past, visions for the future: celebrating 100 years of landscape architecture in europe”
Hosted by the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås Norway, September 16-17, 2019
“Real change can only happen very slowly and as a result of education”
Edward Said, 1993
Education is imperative to safeguard change for a better future; change is inherent to landscape and future oriented thinking is embedded in landscape thin
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the creation of the labyrinth at the gardens of the van Buuren Museum in Brussels on the 13th of October 1968 and its restoration this year, the Belgian Association of Garden and Landscape Architects (ABAJP-BVTL) and the partner associations and institutions are pleased to invite you to the symposium to be held on Friday the 19th of October 2018 at CIII.III.IV.A, 55 rue de l’Ermitage, 1050 Brussels. Reception from 9.30 am on, conferences begin at 10
Symposium Day 21 September 2018
Climate change causes an important impact on the increase of rain, and more particularly on the intensity of rainfall precipitations. Combined with growing land waterproofing, this multiplies the risk of flooding.
The 2nd Edition of the Brussels Urban Landscape Biennial dives into the stakes related to water management in urban environments. How to deal with the retention, infiltration or evacuation of rainwater in an integrated manner? Can landscape architecture