Discovering the Landscape #19: From New York's High Line to London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (MERL and LI joint annual lecture on 22 October by James Corner)
Written by Claire Wooldridge, Project Senior Library Assistant: Landscape Institute
We are delighted to announce that cutting edge Landscape architect James Corner – renowned for designing New York’s much loved High Line and the South Park Plaza of London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – will deliver a lecture here at MERL on Thursday 22 October, as a joint MERL and Landscape Institute Annual Lecture.
Named by TIME Magazine as one of the ‘Top Ten Designers in the World’, James Corner is now working on several high-visibility urban projects around the world, such as San Francisco’s Presidio Parklands and London’s Battersea Power Plant Development.
The unrivalled library and archive of the Landscape Institute are currently being made available at the Museum of English Rural Life.
Here are the details, we look forward to seeing you for this exciting joint venture:
- Thursday 22 October
- 7.30pm (Doors open at 7pm)
- Great Hall, London Road campus
- Free admission
- Booking required as places are limited
- To book, please email email@example.com or call 0118 378 8660
Members of the Landscape Institute only: Follow this link to book your tickets for the Lecture and AGM
Image credit: High Line project © Iwan Baan