The LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum includes key-note lectures, field trips and intensive collaboration of four thematic groups with two cross cutting themes. Aspects of urban planning, tourism, heritage and [read more..]
ApplicationsThe workshop is open to a limited number of external students, and interested candidates can submit a short CV (max one A4 page) and a one-page pdf of relevant work to Marianne Skjulhaug ( [read more..]
In autumn 2016 a new edition of the Romanian architecture biennale awarded prize and mentions in urbanism and public space. The winner was the master plan of the Danube city of Galati, and two runners [read more..]
The 14th edition of the conference on approaching the heritage of the Modern Movement was dedicated to landscape, a forerunner of the next year edition on urbanism. After 7 editions on conservation in [read more..]
landscape belongs to everyone, we should all participate in deciding how it is
used, and landscape resources should serve all populations – not just the
wealthy and powerful. Nevertheless, s [read more..]
The 6th LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum will take place from May 16 -20, 2017 in Freising, Germany. The event is hosted by the Department of Landscape
Architecture of Hochschule Weihenstephan Triesdorf and t [read more..]
The European Commission encouraged Romanian stakeholders for science communication and outreach at the end of September - begin of October. Among the events were Urban Fest and Research Night. Profess [read more..]
23-29 october Ecoweek, an event which started 2005 in Greece, took place in Bucharest.5-13 March the Week of Genius took place in Bucharest presenting the results achieved since and how the projects c [read more..]
The original LE:NOTRE Projects were co-funded by the European Union's Socrates and Lifelong Learning Programmes.
The LE:NOTRE Institute has been established by ECLAS as foundation under Netherlands Law.