University hosts show of students' work for landscape architecture companies

Landscape architecture firms will have the chance to meet students and view their work at the University of Gloucestershire's end-of-year show next week.

The landscape architecture courses at the university are holding the annual show on 2-4 April.

The show will be celebrating student work from all the four years of the courses. There is a private viewing at 2pm on 2 April for landscape professionals to view the students' work - such as the design by James Lewis, pictured right - and speak with them directly.

The opening night will run from 6pm on that day, with the official opening by the show's sponsor LDA Design at 7pm. The Landscape Institute Midlands branch will host a prize-giving ceremony later in the evening.

Lecturer Robin Snowdon said it was a good opportunity for students to secure interviews or even a job offer.

The exhibition will then be open from 9am to 9pm on 3 April and 9am to 5pm on 4 April.

The show is being held in the university's new Centre for Active Learning, which was designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects with landscape design by Mitchell Harris Partnership. Plincke Landscape will give a presentation of work during the show.

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