Landscape Architecture and Architecture students from the University of Greenwich held a brilliant exhibition throughout June, displaying their work for friends, family and the public to view and enjoy. As event sponsors, we were delighted to see the intricate and innovative designs of so many talented young students who are set to go far in the industry.
This year’s exhibition was held as part of the London Festival of Architecture (LFA). Celebrating London as a global hub of architecture experimentation, debate and practice, the annual festival ran throughout June and aimed to shed light on the future of the UK’s capital city and promote positive change to the public realm. This year’s theme focused on ‘Community’ and invited festival-goers to suggest ideas for the betterment of their city.
The University of Greenwich’s Landscape Architecture students worked hard to create some wonderfully designed landscapes, spaces and cities that explored both social and environmental processes. Their work showed a clear focus on the LFA’s community theme and we’re honoured to have sponsored such an impressive exhibition.
Stuart Bowie, Director at Kinley, said: “Supporting and encouraging the creative and academic potential of younger people is something that we consider of all importance at Kinley. We were glad of the opportunity to show our support to these students and look forward to working with them in the years to come.”
In case you missed the exhibition, here are some images of just a few of the incredible projects on display: