LI starts campaign to entice young blood into architecture

The Landscape Institute (LI) will launch its new campaign - I Want to be a Landscape Architect - next month.

The campaign aims to encourage young people to consider studying landscape architecture at university. The project is designed to raise awareness of the benefits of landscape architecture as a career option for young people as well as students at key decision-making points in their lives, explains LI president Nigel Thorne.

With the growing understanding of the importance of the environment to health and well-being, the LI will argue that there has never been a better time to train to become a landscape architect.

It is looking for case studies and wants to talk to landscape architects who decided on their career as children and those who started to train in mid-life.

- Call James Gosling on 020 7299 4528 for more information.


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