Metamorphosis - Emerging Landscapes.  Greenwich University's Post-Graduate Landscape Architecture Students will exhibit their Finals projects at the Menier Gallery 22nd- 27th June 2009.  
This year's exhibition combines the best of the moment design with the current concern for sustainable impact planning.  From an Eco-town in Uganda, to a design for 'Boris Johnson Airport' in the Thames Estuary, an Urban National Park for Bucharest to an Earthparc on the Isle of Sheppey, a design for the Elephant and Castle, to a new waterfront for Liverpool, in all twenty five projects will be on show.

The postgraduate students come from many countries and many disciplines and bring their skills to bear on serious projects for a productive future.  All have a first degree and many have industry experience, which shows in the maturity and creativity of the landscapes on show. All are concerned with creating landscapes which respond to our current worldwide issues, be they flood management, urban regeneration or wildlife conservation.
Schemes are enterprising and ambitious, showing a diversity of creative and exciting solutions for some of our planet's current issues.  
The Show runs from 22nd - 27th June 2009, entry is free. 

For more information please contact

Menier Gallery
51 Southwark Street
London SE1 1RU
020 7407 3222
10am to 6pm, Mon to Sat
Admission free 
Nearest tube: London Bridge
Located in Bankside, minutes from Borough Market and the Tate Modern.

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