During the IFLA EU general assembly in Brussels last weekend, ELASA was invited to present the organization and to promote our student activities. With great enthusiasm we talked about our vision and gave insight into the fantastic international ELASA meetings. We are very pleased with the positive responses and look forward to stay in touch in the future. Many thanks to IFLA EU for having us!
Coming up! ELASA annual meeting 2016 @ Turkey
August 14 – 24, 2016
Next stop: let’s discover Turkey! Join the ELASA meeting and become part of this great cross-border experience with fellow landscape architecture students.
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ELASA mini spring meeting SLOVENIA
3-8 May 2016
Hide & Seek
Discovering Karst Features
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Applications are open now!
In August 2015, 35 European landscape architecture students of 14 nationalities participated the ELASA annual meeting in the Netherlands. The 10-day program was a combination of workshops, presentations, project visits and bike trips in Amsterdam, Wageningen, Rotterdam and Ameland, organized around the central theme of the meeting ‘Under Construction: Building Dutch Landscapes’. Highlights were the design workshop at Wageningen University, the visit to Dutch offices in Rotterdam (West 8, Lola and ZUS), the sand workshop at the beach with SLeM, etc.
A selection of pictures can now be found at the ELASA Facebookpage:
Movies on the SLeM workshop can be found here:
IFLA Europe proudly announces the launch of the IFLA Europe Young Professionals Competition
„Use of trees and vegetation in the design and construction of resilient urban areas”
The competition is open to entries from 15th June 2015. The deadline for submitting contributions is 1st September 2015. The results will be announced in September 2015. IFLA Europe including EFLA (European Foundation for Landscape Architecture) has held Landscape Architectural design competitions since the 1990´s. 2015 IFLA Europe Young Professionals Competition will build on the success and lessons learned from previous competitions and is anticipated to further develop the visibility and the possibilities for collaboration with National Associations, Universities and the Landscape Industries.
There are three categories for Young Professionals – for graduates but also students of post graduate diploma or masters programmes as per above i.e a student/alumnus of a landscape architecture course or a practitioner in the field of landscape architecture. A Conceptual projects B Projects realized and constructed (photos, sketches, analyses, plans etc. of actually existing, realized projects). C Ideas: a broad category which includes any creative work relative to landscape architecture (photo, collage, animations, short essays, drawings, poetry…).
For more information on the competition, technical specification and other details, please visit http://youthcompetition.iflaeurope.eu/