LCGD Info Burst F – New Iconic Gardens AVAILABLE AS A CATCH UP RECORDING
AVAILABLE AS A CATCH UP RECORDING
In 2011 we invited speakers to choose their iconic garden of the previous decade that will, in their mind, be the gardens we will still be talking about as landmarks in garden design in 20 years time.
This autumn 2022 we revisit this idea in a series of online ‘Info Burst’ webinars. Each of our six speakers will champion a garden, explore their choice, how the garden inspires them, tell us how they came to make that decision and why they think we’ll still be talking about their choice of garden in 2042.
Join us as leading designers from the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the USA take us on a journey of future new iconic gardens.
We will reveal the chosen gardens in September!
THESE EVENTS ARE RUN FROM BOTH THE UK & AUSTRALIA. IF THE TIMING DOESN’T WORK WHERE YOU ARE WE ARE ABLE TO OFFER A CATCH UP SERVICE SO THAT YOU CAN SEE A RECORDING AFTER THE EVENT
Nigel Dunnett is Professor of Planting Design and Urban Horticulture in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Sheffield, and is one of the world’s leading voices on innovative approaches to planting design. He is a plantsman, designer and pioneer of the new ecological approach to planting gardens and public spaces. His work revolves around the integration of ecology and horticulture to achieve low-input, high-impact landscapes that are dynamic, diverse, and tuned to nature.
Nigel’s work is based on decades of detailed experimental research, and widespread application in practice: he works as a designer and consultant and regularly collaborates with a wide range of other professions, and his work has been widely applied in the UK and abroad. In 2016 Nigel was appointed as an Ambassador for the Royal Horticultural Society, and is a former Garden Club of America International Fellow.
Our Info Burst seasons raise money for six horticultural charities in the UK and overseas – more details on our website.
All our Info Bursts are delivered remotely via online webinar and you will be sent an access code before the event. Each event counts as 1.5 hours CPD.
This event was originally held on Wednesday 30/11/22, but we are able to offer a catch up recording – just contact the office on email@example.com confirming the recording you would like to receive.
For more details and to enrol on this course you need to book via the link to the left at the top of the page.
Photo Courtesy of Andrew Fisher Tomlin