Wendy is a landscape architect of more than 30 years’ experience, as well as 9 years as a visiting tutor on the Urban Design MA course at the University of the West of England. She wrote her MSc dissertation for Conservation of Historic Gardens and Cultural Landscapes on Unloved Landscapes: The Bristol Schemes of Sylvia Crowe.
Crowe was a pioneer of the landscape architect profession and during her nearly 70 year career moved from initial garden design to larger landscape projects after WWII. She wrote many influential books and articles, lectured widely, and her projects and interests extended overseas.
Dan is chair of the IOA SW branch and will lead the soundscape and listening based side of the walk. There may be some surprises along the way.
Following the walk we will settle in for the branch summer social at the Cottage Inn, Cumberland Rd, BS1 6XG
For more details of Regional Branch activities, please refer to the IOA website: www.ioa.org.uk
This event is free. We welcome both IOA members and non-IOA members. Registration is not required, however it would help the organisers to know how many people to expect on the day http://bit.ly/2sWfSGz
Brunel Lock Road
Bristol, BS1 6XS