Matluba Khan’s outdoor classroom scoops the EDRA and PPS Place Design Award 2016.
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Work from NORTH studio is currently on display in the Stormen cultural centre in Bodo.
"After the Railway" is part of a two-year project that has looks at a town on the cusp of change.
The George Simpson Landscape Architecture Prize winner now working at GROSS.MAX.
Fieldwork marks the half-way point of two-year, British Council funded project.
Miles Glendinning’s 'The Conservation Movement' wins Antoinette Forrester Downing Book Award.
MSc students work alongside experts on restoring William Mainwaring Palin murals.
Advanced Sustainable Design graduate, Ernesto Valero Thomas, tells us about his paper on Sustainable Orientalism.
We talk to the team behind the shortlisted Strip Horizon scheme for a steep hillside on the Faroe Islands.
Matluba Khan will be working with Deveron Arts on children’s perception of the landscape.