Led by the Land: 11th Annual GHS Lecture at the RHS

Posted on November 12th, 2012 by Charles Boot
Feb ’13
6:30 pm

Led by the Land
Kim Wilkie,
Landscape Architect
11th Annual GHS Lecture at the RHS

6.30 pm, Wednesday 20 February, Royal Horticultural Halls & Conference Centre

Kim Wilkie will explore the future of landscape architecture as set out in his new book, Led by the Land, covering projects such as Transylvania, Longwood Gardens and Boughton Park to illustrate his ideas. He will show how the ancient tradition of sculpting the land can inspire new forms and meanings, merging innovative landscapes with revered historic ones. Mavis Batey has said in interview: “All over the world people want to know how he does it”. This will be your chance to learn.

At Royal Horticultural Halls and Conference Centre, Greycoats Street, London SW1P 2QD
(Victoria, St James’s and Pimlico Tube Stations)
Doors open at 5.45 pm, lecture starts at 6.30 pm
£15 for GHS and RHS members booking in advance; £18 for all tickets purchased at the door.

Season ticket for all five lectures: members £43; non members £54.
Tickets may be booked in advance by post using the Booking Form or bought at the door on the night from 6pm.
Due to the costs of administration, we regret there will be no refunds.
If you are unable to attend, please pass your ticket to someone else.

Please return your completed Booking Form to:
The Garden History Society, Winter Lectures 2013,
70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ,
together with a stamped self-addressed envelope and your cheque for the total amount made out to The Garden History Society.
For further information and availability of seats, please contact
or phone: 020 7608 2409

The Annual Lecture at The Royal Horticultural Halls is supported by the RHS

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