Graham Foundation Grant Award

Ed’s research into Expanding Architectural Operations has been selected for a Graham Foundation 2020 Grant to Individuals (Research and Development). The proposal to explore specific forms of global architectural practice was selected to be funded from over 600 submissions from around the world. The research was enthusiastically supported by Michael Sorkin, Ed’s teacher and mentor of over 15 years, before he passed away in March 2020. >>>

Published 16th July 2020


Manifesto for future relations of landscapes

Ed has written an article for the journal of the Landscape Institute, Landscape.

Published 6th July 2020


The Landscapists | AD | 01:2020 | No.263

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 >>>

Published 1st July 2020


Advanced Urban research

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. >>>

Published 1st July 2020


Generation Next

Ed is to join Generation Next on 9th July. The international seminar features a candid chats with industry leaders. >>>

Published 30th June 2020

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High Streets, Low Lands

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.

Published 30th June 2020


Seminar at the GSD

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.

Published 30th June 2020


Covid thoughts: Reopening public green places

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. >>>

Published 15th June 2020


17. Valley Project

Description: The Valley Project is an exploration of Patrick Geddes valley section as a tool for analysis and speculation of urban landscapes. Extending beyond what Geddes termed ‘natural occupations’, the project proposes that the framework of the valley section be adapted to analyse other relations with land, from historic forms to future urbanisations.

Model 1 of the Valley Project maps relations across a Highland landscape, including processes of making whisky >>>

Published 9th May 2020


The Landscapists Seminars presents…

During the spring of 2020 Ed invited landscape architects from around the world to present in a unique series of daily seminars. >>>

Published 9th May 2020