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.
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.
In the February issue of Landscape Australia: Design Urbanism and Planning Liam Mouritz spoke with Ed
The Landscapists AD Launch at Tate Modern Terrace Bar on Wed 18 March is now SOLD OUT. Register on waiting list for further tickets & updates of exhibition private view at Stephen Lawrence Gallery on Thur 9 April.
Ed presented a keynote lecture at the 2019 International Landscape Architect Symposium at Beijing Forestry University. He presented his research that intersects cities, landscapes and incompleteness.
Ed presented his research on incompleteness at the ECLAS 2019 conference at NMBU in September. This work follows on from previous published work on incomplete cartographies for OASE Journal of Architecture.