international exhibition of landscape projects

Tuesday 28, September 2010

from today till the 15 th October 2010 in the ETSAB, Barcelona, will host the INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION OF LANDSCAPE PROJECTS FROM SCHOOLS OF ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE. The aim of this recurrent event is to enrich the debate on the landscape scenery.

The exhibition will display a selection of projects which were assembled during the last two years, and that in some way summarize the investigation and the projecting work done by different schools all around the world.
The projects that were selected have a special focus on landscape in its most general definition, spacing from ecology to urban public spaces.

Such selection will be at the centre of an exhibition that will take place in selection of these projects will be part of an exhibition, that will be celebrated in the ETSAB – Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona, from the 28 th of September till the 15 th of October of 2010.

The exhibition includes more than 600 projects submitted by over 90 schools from 32 different countries.
Along to the main section a special one will be dedicated to all the sounder projects from the landscape programs of the Polytechnic University of Cataluña, from the Master in Landscape Architecture of Barcelona and it’s parallel edition in Milan.

The opening of the exhibition will take place the 28th of September at 4.30 p.m. in the ETSAB, while the winner of the 6th edition of the Barcelona Landscape European Biennale, the Rosa Barba Prize, will be announced Friday, October the 1st at the Pedrera [Passeig de Gracia, 92].

Organizing Committee
Maria Goula, University Masters in Landscape (ETSAB, UPC) Coordinator
Jordi Bellmunt, Master in Landscape Architecture (UPC) Director

Sergio Sanna

Isabel Núñez

Máster de Arquitectura del Paisaje – DUOT – 5ª planta
ETSAB – Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona
Avenida Diagonal, 649
08028 Barcelona – España
Telephone (10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.): +34 93 401 5870 – +34 93 401 6411


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