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March 16, 2012 / landscapeiskingston

Landscape Interface Studio and British Waterways @ Ecobuild 2012, London

Members of the Landscape Interface Studio team and British Waterways – UK partner in the Waterways Forward project will be attending Ecobuild, London on Wed 21st March 2012.  If your interested in finding out more about the project come along to the Kingston University stand.  Look out for the Waterways Forward postcards!

Professor Julius Weinberg will be hosting a reception to promote Kingston University at Ecobuild 2012 –  the world’s largest exhibition for sustainable design, construction and the built environment.

Ecobuild 2011 was a great success for the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture and Kingston University, providing a showcase for research excellence and consultancy services including a profile of the Waterways Forward project to over 55,000 visitors and 700 exhibitors from around the world.  Click here to see project profile

“Regeneration of existing waterways has wide-ranging benefits for sustainable place-making, with potential for wellbeing, biodiversity, low-impact transport, renewable energy, flood management, local food production, tourism, and social enterprise.”

PAT BROWN: DIRECTOR, LANDSCAPE INTERFACE STUDIO

Right: Biodiversity Brentford, at the junction of the Grand Union Canal and River Thames, proposes new floating habitat for increased biodiversity and improved water quality. (Hanna Williamson)

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  1. Claudio Repossi / Mar 22 2012 1:52 pm

    any news from the ECOBUILD workshop held on wed 21st March?

    • waterways forward / Mar 22 2012 2:03 pm

      Pat Brown and Carine Brannan attended the reception held at the Kingston University Ecobuild stand with Glenn Millar of British Waterways and Martjin Kramer, Thematic Group Leader Environment and Climate Change for Waterways Forward. Waterways Forward Postcards with info on all the social network sites were distributed amongs the thousands of attendees…..photos to follow.

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