Jellicoe Lecture 2013
Friday, 8 November 2013 from 17:30 to 20:30 (GMT)
Par, United Kingdom
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Inaugural Jellicoe Lecture was given by George Hargreaves, lead designer with LDA of the Olympic Park. The Jellicoe Lecture 2012 was delivered by Robert Townshend who spoke about his practice’s work at Brindley Place, Birmingham and Kings Cross Central.
This year’s Jellicoe Lecture will be given by Dominic Cole, landscape architect for the Eden Project and will take place on site.
Cole will deliver the lecture on the evening of Friday 8 November. This will be an exciting opportunity for anybody who has not visited the project, or who wants to see it again, to listen to its designer speaking in situ.
Cole masterplanned Eden with project founder Tim Smit after previously working with him at the Lost Gardens of Heligan. At the time he worked for Land Use Consultants, where he spent 29 years, until setting up on his own in January 2012.
Dominic Cole studied landscape architecture at Leeds Polytechnic and has always appreciated the practical training , particularly time spent in studio and on site with fellow students . He then spent short spells with the department of Environment , Tarsem Flora and Gernot Jung before joining LUC.
His particular interest in historic landscapes and how they are understood and presented has led to him becoming chairman of the Garden History Society and chairman of the National Trust Parks & Gardens advisory panel. He is also is a trustee of the charity Living Medicine which promotes plants for good health - both medicinally and by enjoying eating them.
The Jellicoe lecture will follow the Landscape Instittute AGM. It will be an opportunity for Landscape Institute members to spend a weekend in Cornwall. The LI hopes to offer special tours of the project on Saturday 9 November.
6-30 Welcome from the President of the Landscape Institute
7-20 Questions from the audience
When & Where
Landscape Institute and RSA
The Landscape Institute is the Royal Chartered institute for landscape architects.
As a professional body and educational charity, we work to protect, conserve and enhance the natural and built environment for the public benefit.
We champion landscape and the landscape profession, through advocacy and support to our members, in order to inspire great places where people want to live, work and visit.
We work with government to improve the planning, design and management of urban and rural landscape.
The RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) is an enlightenment organisation committed to finding innovative practical solutions to today’s social challenges. Through its ideas, research and 27,000-strong Fellowship it seeks to understand and enhance human capability so we can close the gap between today’s reality and people’s hopes for a better world.