Landscape Architecture, Design and Conservation, aims to bring together leading landscape Architects, Researchers, Developers, Interior Designers, Landscape Designers, Contractors, Facilities Managers, Landscape Scholars, Principals of Bureau for Planning & Construction, Government Procurement Departments and Engaging Pioneers, to exchange and share their knowledge, technology, experiences, research and development results on all aspects of Landscape Architecture, Design and Conservation.
The knowledge shared will provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, developers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Landscape Architecture Design and Conservation.
The role of the landscape Architect, Design and Conservation, transcends boundaries, in integrating intangible values of culture, people, places, land, water, air, context and site-specific conditions into ecologically healthy places to meet present and future challenges. Landscape architects play a critical role in synthesizing a range of professional expertise, skills and are best trained to function as members and heads of multi-disciplinary teams that can work on healing the Earth and making it a healthier space for generations to come.
*Curators to be announced