Grant Associates is guest speaker at ‘ReNaturing’ city event

Landscape architect to present at symposium hosted by London College of Communication

Andrew Grant, director and founder of Grant Associates, to present on theme of urban ‘forests of the imagination’ at symposium hosted by London College of Communication (LCC) on 10 February 2016.

Andrew Grant, director of Bath based landscape architect Grant Associates, will discuss how cities can inspire creativity, and enhance wellbeing, by better connecting people to nature.

WILD:ReNaturing the City, which aims to explore the value of nature in urban environments and lifestyles, takes place on Wednesday, 10th February 2016 from 5-8.40pm at the London College of Communication in Elephant & Castle, London.

The event will pose questions such as: How might we ‘bio-hack’ the city? Can we rewild modern life? What does a smart city look like?

In his address, Andrew Grant will discuss the importance of inspirational urban spaces that reflect more primal experiences of forests and refuge landscapes. He will draw on experience from the high profile Gardens by the Bay in Singapore and the pop up ‘Forest of Imagination’ project in Bath.

Other speakers at WILD:ReNaturing the City include the documentary maker and rewilding campaigner David Bond; Richard Reynolds of Guerrilla Gardening and Sian Berry, Green Candidate for London Mayor 2016.

For full details about the symposium and to book a place (essential), please click WILD:Renaturing the City.
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About Grant Associates

Grant Associates is an international landscape architecture consultancy inspired by the creative possibilities of sustainable landscapes and driven by the desire to connect people and nature. Our work fuses nature and technology in imaginative ways to create cutting-edge designs guided by a concern for the environment and a desire to enhance people’s quality of life.

Grant Associates has experience in all scales and types of ecological and landscape development including strategic landscape planning, master planning, urban design and regeneration and landscapes for parks, housing, education, sport, recreation, visitor attractions and commerce.

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