Lecture: Hal Moggridge

INNOVATIVE Landscape Lectures Series: Being a Landscape Architect Tickets, Thu 17 Oct 2019 at 18:00 | Eventbrite

This lecture will be conducted with a precersor interview ‘Yesterday Once More’ by Ying Li (李滢)

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About the speaker

Hal Moggridge OBE PPLI VMH FIHort RIBA was principal of Colvin & Moggridge, the oldest surviving British landscape practice, from 1969, when he joined the late Brenda Colvin who founded the practice in 1922, until 1997 when he became consultant, a position he still enjoys. He was President of the Landscape Institute 1979-81 and LI delegate to IFLA 1980-90 & 2002-06. He served on the Royal Fine Art Commission 1988-99 and the National Trust Architectural Panel 1991-2009. He has illustrated the wide scope of his landscape work, countryside, industrial, historic restoration, urban parkland, etc in his book ‘SLOW GROWTH on the art of landscape architecture’

Hal received the 2019 Landscape Institute Lifetime award and is a member of the IFLA Advisory Circle.

About the Interviewer

Dr Ying Li (李滢), AMLI, Academic Course Leader in Landscape Architecture BA(Hons), founder of Urban Spaces Innovation Centre (USIC) at the University of Gloucestershire, UK. Previously Ying worked at Martha Schwartz Partner Ltd, London, and has lectured in Birmingham, London, HK, Brazil and mainland China since completing her PhD in Small Urban Public Open Space Design and Planning. She was trained as a pianist and Chinese folk singer since childhood. Ying is a member of the IFLA Advisory Circle.

About the Landscape Architecture Department at the University of Gloucestershire

Established in 1961, we are the longest-running course of its kind in the UK. One of the leading courses in the UK, we have industry partnerships with companies including Atkins Global, and placement opportunities at MIT, Massachusetts, and Terrapin Bright Green, New York. We were ranked in the top 10 in the UK for ‘Building and Town and Country Planning’ according to the Guardian University Guide 2020, and 3rd in the UK for student satisfaction according to the Complete University Guide 2020.

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