SUCCESS STORY TO FACILITATE LEARNING, EMPLOYABILITY AND LABOUR MOBILITY IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
The Université d’architecture La Cambre Horta in Brussels, has been the chosen venue for a dissemination and open debate session related project EU-Land21: “Trans-European Education for Landscape Architects” (Nr. 2016-1-LT01-KA203-0232019) funded under the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership programme.
The multiplier event gathered professionals and students from 11 different nationalities to talk abo
TRANS-EUROPEAN EDUCATION FOR LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS | EU-LAND21
It is my pleasure to inform you that on 28th April 2018, Brussels Université d’architecture La Cambre Horta Place Eugene Flagey, 19, will be the venue of an interesting Multiplier Event, related to the project EU-LAND21: “Trans-European Education for Landscape Architects” (Nr. 2016-1-LT01-KA203-0232019) funded under the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership programme.
The consortium gathers universities from Hungary, Estonia, Poland, the N
SPACES CROSSING BORDERS – THE FIRST CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN PLANNING CONFERENCE IN BUDAPEST, 23-24 MAY, 2018
We are happy to announce the forthcoming conference organised by the Corvinus University of Budapest in collaboration with the European Council of Spatial Planners (ECTP-CEU) and the Hungarian Society for Urban Planning.
· International conference with specific focus on Central and Eastern Europe
· Plenary sessions, workshops and on-site sessions
· Paper prop
What better way to illustrate the synergies between cultural heritage and tourism and their benefits for Europe’s society, economy and the environment than a Europe-wide Awards scheme highlighting such remarkable achievements ?
As a contribution to the European Year of Cultural Heritage, the European Cultural Tourism Network (ECTN), the European Travel Commission (ETC) and Europa Nostra have launched the 2018 Awards Cultural Heritage as an Asset for Responsible and Sustainable Tourism.
Returning to Singapore for the second time, the 55th IFLA World Congress 2018 will be the largest and most significant event for landscape professionals in the world. Supported by 5 regions – Americas, Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific, it sets the stage at the ‘City in a Garden’ for professionals, government bodies and academics to be part of the in-depth discourse on trends, challenges, and business opportunities on a global scale. IFLA World Congress 2018 is the key platform that c
French Département des Alpes-Maritimes launched landscape creations contestas part of the Côte d’Azur Gardens Festival, « Festival des Jardins de la Côte d’Azur »,
Building on the success of the 1st edition, the Côte d’Azur Gardens Festival will be held In 2019.
From March 30th to April 28th, 2019, the Côte d’Azur Gardens Festival will have two components: a landscape design contest open to landscape professionals and more than 200 events. The landscape works realised by international teams wi
Conference „Landscape Architecture in the Baltic States – a Century Retrospective and Future Perspectives“ will take place in Vilnius or Kaunas, Lithuania at the mi-October 2018. The Conference will be hosted by the Lithuanian Association of Landscape Architects (LALA), Aleksandras Stulginskis University (ASU) and Klaipeda University (KU).
It is our great pleasure to invite you to the Conference “Landscape Architecture in the Baltic States – a Century Retrospective and Future Perspectives“,
The Gardens of Peace project consists in creating around fifteen perennial gardens in 2018 on the theme of peace in the Hauts-de-France region, in France, a hundred years after the end of the First World War. This new memorial trail will pay tribute to the countless deaths on French soil between 1914 and 1918, and bear witness to the number and diversity of the countries involved in this conflict. The project is initiated by the Association Art & gardens – Hauts-de-France and by the French Cen
NATIONAL LANDSCAPE FORUM 2018 – IRELAND’S WATERSCAPES
Irelands Waterscapes– there are few locations on the island of Ireland where water does not feature in the landscape – as streams, rivers, lakes, estuaries and seascapes. It is a vital ingredient that often defines the quality, health and cultural/natural richness of our landscape. We swim in it, drink it, contaminate it, flood-relief contain and fish in it.
How often do we discuss it in the context of an integrated landscape approach? Irela