Landscape Institute Scotland: Old + New Icons

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12-10-2017 - 12-10-2017 18:00 - 19:30 The Cinema, CCA Centre for Contemporary Arts, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JDView on map

LIS are pleased to announce the next Reflections series talk “Old and New Icons: The Role of Landscape Architecture.” A talk that explores how landscape architecture is playing a pivotal role in the revival of old icons, and the development of the new.

Rolf Roscher from erz will be discussing their work for the famous post-war masterpiece, St Peter’s Seminary at Cardross. Ben Palmer from Open will present Open’s contribution to the new V&A in Dundee – the first ever dedicated design museum in Scotland.

Money received from the ticket sales is to encourage and nurture talent at ESALA (Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture) and will go towards the 3 annual Landscape Architecture student prizes awarded by LIS

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