Hal Moggridge: Slow growth, On the Art of Landscape Architecture, 21st February 2018

Hal Moggridge

Slow Growth, On the Art of Landscape Architecture

The London Branch is delighted to welcome Hal Moggridge, OBE VMH PPLI FIHORT RIBA AADIP to talk about the ideas explored in his book ‘Slow Growth, On the Art of Landscape Architecture’.

Hal has had an extensive career from working in the office of Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe to playing a key role in restoring the Capability Brown masterpiece at Blenheim. He co-founded Colvin and Moggridge which is the oldest surviving British landscape practice and is former President of the Landscape Institute.

Date: Wednesday 21st February 2018
Time: 18:30 for 19:00 start, end 20:30
Venue: Arup, 8 Fitzroy Street, London W1T 4BQ

Light refreshments will be served on arrival.

Ticket Prices:
AMLI/CMLI/FLI – £10 (and employees of Arup)
Student/Licentiate/Unwaged – £7
Non LI member – £12

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