Andrew Grant to present at Creative Bath Inspires
Andrew Grant, director and founder of landscape architect Grant Associates, will present at the next ‘in conversation-with’ Inspires event, hosted by Creative Bath.
Taking place on 22 November 2018 (6-8pm) at Walcot House in Bath, Andrew will talk about the importance of inspiring the imagination and forging closer connections with nature to strengthen communities and create special places.
During a question and answer session with the audience, Andrew will draw on his extensive masterplanning and landscape architecture experience, ranging from the internationally acclaimed Gardens by the Bay in Singapore and 2008 Stirling Prize winning Accordia, to more local examples including Forest of Imagination and Bathscape.
Andrew established Grant Associates in 1997 and is known for a creative approach to ecological / sustainable landscape design and the integration of landscape with engineering and architecture.
In 2012 Andrew was awarded the title of Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) in recognition of his pioneering global work in landscape architecture. He is also an Honorary Fellow of the RIBA and a visiting professor for the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Sheffield.
To join Andrew at this special event organised by Creative Bath, click here.
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About Grant Associates
Grant Associates is a pioneering international landscape architecture practice. Our work reconnects people with nature in insightful, delightful and distinctive ways whilst addressing the global challenges of urbanisation, the climate crisis and biodiversity extinction.
Our design process is underpinned by a knowledge of human behaviour, nature and ecological science combined with innovative design technology. We bring original thinking, creative collaboration and are exploring what regenerative design and the circular economy means to landscape architecture.
Our varied portfolio includes ambitious large-scale, landmark projects through to small, local ventures.