Lincoln University’s final-year Bachelor of Landscape Architecture students proudly displayed their major design projects in the Central City recently, as part of an annual public exhibition.
The event gives each year’s graduating class the opportunity to showcase their designs to the outside world, after four years of developing their skills.
This year’s group, whose exhibition was called 2020 Visions, displayed their work at the Tūranga Plaza (outside the Central City Library), from 31 October until 3 November.
The projects tackled a range of topical issues throughout New Zealand, including redesigning the Waterloo Business Park in Islington, creating a green connection between Sydenham and Christchurch Central, bringing new vitality to Prebbleton, and revolutionising South New Brighton.
See the 2020 Visions website for all the details on the students’ designs.
Lincoln University’s School of Landscape Architecture is among the best in the world, staffed by internationally recognised academics.
Students enjoy a dedicated space on campus, with beautifully designed studios, room to install equipment and space to lay out plans so they can grow their creativity to its fullest potential.
Read more here about studying landscape architecture at Lincoln.