New Coasts Studio

New Coasts is a Masters Landscape Architecture and Urbanism studio at the University of Greenwich >>>

Published 15th July 2024


Climate justice / sites of publicness

‘Climates of publicness’, series 1-3, 2023: Exploration of relations between landscape and public space through climate protest, action, and inaction – through a range of intersecting >>>

Published 31st May 2024


Impact through teaching

Ed has been invited to speak at Impact Through Teaching! Architectural Education Within Changing Environmental Conditions, part of Educational Platform >>>

Published 2nd April 2024


New Collaboration

Ed is working with friends and colleagues around something called the Field Office. It is a >>>

Published 12th July 2023


Drawing coastal waters

Explorations of drawing coastal waters (Ed Wall 2023)

Published 31st May 2023


Melbourne Design Week

A Post-Landscape Handbook is published on Other Spaces exhibition as part of Melbourne Design Week.

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Published 21st October 2022


European Prize for Urban Public Space

Ed has been invited to join the European Prize for Public Space’s Board of Experts. The European Prize for Urban Public Space is >>>

Published 10th February 2022

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This is a brief, in-progress portfolio of design and research collaborations from the Project Studio of Ed Wall >>>

Published 11th September 2021


22. Ways of Being Seen

Description: Ways of being seen explores landscapes held in tension by a 100ft monument in the Scottish Northeast Highlands. The monument to the First Duke of Sutherland commemorates a man who presided over one of the most contested Highland Clearances of the nineteenth century. During this time populations were forcibly displaced to make way for sheep farming and new infrastructures were inscribed across the landscape. >>>

Published 5th September 2021


17. Valley Project

Description: The Valley Project is an exploration of Patrick Geddes valley section as a tool for analysis and speculation of future 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. >>>

Published 9th May 2020