Kim Wilkie – Led by the Land : ILI Public Lecture 3.10.17 – NOTE VENUE

Landscape architecture has a useful perspective in this time of political, financial and environmental uncertainty.
Kim Wilkie will talk about his work on human settlements, farming and death. He will show projects including a new city in the Omani desert, the Natural History Museum in London, the Winchester water meadows, the City of London Cemetery and the Orpheus Underworld at Boughton.

The lecture is free and all are welcome.
Booking is essential: please email to reserve your space

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE. The lecture will take place at the RSAI, Merrion Square

Date: Tuesday October 3rd 2017
Time: 6.30 pm
Venue: Royal Society of Antiquaries, 63 Merrion Square, Dublin 2
With thanks to the Department of Culture, Heritage & the Gaeltacht
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About the Speaker:

Kim Wilkie  Royal Designer for Industry, Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects, Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute
MA Landscape Architecture, MA Modern History

Kim collaborates with architects and landscape architects around the world and combines designing with the muddy practicalities of running a small farm in Hampshire, where he is now based.

Kim studied history at Oxford and landscape architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, before setting up his landscape studio in London in 1989. He continues to teach and lecture in America; writes optimistically about land and place from Hampshire; and meddles in various national committees on landscape and environmental policy in the UK.

Current projects include the redesign of the grounds of the Natural History Museum in London, landscape advice for the Grange and Aldeburgh Music Festivals in Hampshire and Suffolk and plans for a series of estates in Ireland and the United Kingdom, combining landscape design with sustainable farming. Abroad Kim is working for New York University at Villa La Pietra in Florence, on the revival of the montado landscape in Portugal and on the creation of a new city near Muscat in Oman.