Ed has written an article for the journal of the Landscape Institute, Landscape.
Who designs the landscapes around us? What practices are employed as contemporary landscapes are produced? This issue of Architectural Design, that was published by Wiley in January 2020 and has been guest-edited by Ed Wall, sets out that landscapes are made and remade through interrelations between
Ed has been working with theorist Maria Korolkova and researcher Emma Colthurst to develop Advanced Urban, a centre for interdisciplinary urban research that intersects new materiality, media and space.
In June Ed presented a webinar, High Streets, Low Lands, for the London Architecture Festival. His presentation explored the importance of landscape thinking to the future of high streets.
In April Ed was invited to present at a seminar with Chris Reed and Alyssa Battistoni at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. The studio led by Jill Desimini and Rosalea Monacella is focused on design for the near-future city.
Ed wrote an article for the Landscape Research Group exploring opportunities to expand public space in the UK as the country eases out of the Covid-19 lock-down.
Ed has been appointed the City of Vienna Visiting Professor 2017 by SKuOR. Financed by funds endowed by the City of Vienna, SKuOR (Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space) contributes to the teaching and research activities of Vienna’s University of Technology (TU Wein).
Ed has been appointed Academic Leader for Landscape at the University of Greenwich, in London. He will lead a portfolio of landscape and urbanism programmes including, BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture, MA Landscape Architecture and the new MSc Advanced Landscape and Urbanism programme that will commence in 2014. Do get in touch to know more about the porgrammes and potential collaborations.