Study Landscape Architecture @ Kingston University, London

Study MA Landscape & Urbanism, PG Diploma Landscape Architecture or our 2 year MLA Landscape Architecture course at Kingston University, London. Located in the Kingston School of Art, courses are studio based with access to on-site 3-D workshops, photographic and moving image studios, learning resource centre and specialist art and design community.

Join our group of talented creative graduates who have achieved landscape, architecture, spatial and environmental design degrees in the UK, EU  and internationally.   

Limehouse Cut workshop - Landscape Interface Studio Oct '13

Limehouse Cut workshop – Landscape Interface Studio Oct ’13

At Kingston University, London we believe that creative practice and research in landscape architecture & urbanism has massive reach and relevance to quality of life and our everyday experience of cities and changing conditions of urbanism, worldwide.

Kingston Landscape Architecture and Landscape & Urbanism postgraduates develop distinctive landscape & urbanism portfolios which reflect current priorities and innovation, and target roles in specialist and multidisciplinary design practice, locally and globally.

Programmes engage with ‘live’ projects in the Landscape Interface Studio.  Landscape IS brings unique identity to the experience of studying landscape at Kingston.

We have an extended network of practitioner and academic collaborators, co-creators and critical friends and a network of alumni and employers that spans the world. 

John Markwell - New York Red Hook dunes section. 2013

John Markwell – New York Red Hook dunes section. 2013

Alumni testimonials:

  • ‘The LandscapeIS trip to Paris for me was a really amazing experience ..and the gradual understanding of another cultural perception of Landscape was greatly helped by the close relationship with the L’Ecole Nationale Superieure du Paysage, Versailles.  I came away with an immense sense of self discovery of what it means to be a Landscape Architect and the opportunities we have.’ – Ian Glover 2010 graduate.  
  • ‘The ENSP workshop made me aware that design is just as much about social exchange as it is about the production of work.’  – Harry Bix 2010 graduate
Isabella Yi Zhang:  New York waterways analysis. 2013

Isabella Yi Zhang: New York waterways analysis. 2013

Post graduate programmes include:

 

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