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Robert Holden

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  • EXHIBITIONSubscription

    8 February, 2007Updated: 6 February, 2009

    REVIEW

  • FAVOURITE LANDSCAPESubscription

    2 June, 2005Updated: 6 February, 2009

    CONCRETE QUARTERLY - ROBERT HOLDEN TALKS OF HOW NATURE IS RECLAIMING ORFORD NESS FROM THE MILITARY, WHILE IT RETAINS ITS HISTORY

  • Life on earthSubscription

    13 February, 2003Updated: 6 February, 2009

    Landscrapers: Building with the Land By Aaron Betsky. Thames & Hudson, 2002. 191pp. £29.95

  • A confident professionSubscription

    18 April, 2002Updated: 6 February, 2009

    review: landscape books Making Spaces Edited by the Federation of German Landscape Architects. Birkhäuser, 2002. 181pp. £30.

  • Lungs of the citySubscription

    31 January, 2002Updated: 6 February, 2009

    REVIEW - LANDSCAPE BOOKS

  • Park and prideSubscription

    12 July, 2001Updated: 6 February, 2009

    AJ LANDSCAPE STUDY London’s Thames Barrier Park by Patel Taylor and Groupe Signes suggests the capital has learned some lessons from continental examples - but does London really know how to look after it?

  • goode intentionsSubscription

    8 February, 2001Updated: 6 February, 2009

    With sustainability a requirement of each of the Greater London Authority policies, David Goode's aim as head of environment is for the capital to become an exemplar of city living for the whole world by robert holden, photograph by david richards

  • Calculated risks in reclamationSubscription

    22 October, 1998Updated: 6 February, 2009

    SEMINARS

  • SEMINARS Calculated risks in reclamationSubscription

    22 October, 1998Updated: 6 February, 2009

    Inventing New Land: Reclamation and the Potential for Building the Future A Landscape Foundation Seminar at Stockley Park on 5 October

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