Kim Wilkie Associates closes Sustainable Landscape lecture series

The final session in a free lecture series exploring sustainable landscapes takes place this Wednesday (11 March).

Landscape architect Kim Wilkie, principal of Kim Wilkie Associates, will speak at the Sustainable Landscape Series this Wednesday (11 March)

Wilkie closes the University of Gloucestershire series following lectures that have taken place since October from fellow landscape architects including LDA Design partner Frazer Osment and ARUP Landscape's Neil Marlow and Tom Armour.

Kim Wilkie will discuss "what is a sustainable landscape?" and will present a selection of projects demonstrating sustainability in landscape architecture.

The lecture takes place at 6.45pm on 11 March at University of Gloucestershire, Francis Close Hall.

To follow the Sustainable Landscape Series online, click here.

For more information contact Robin Snowdon -  rsnowdon@glos.ac.uk.


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