top of page

Journal

Lecturing, tutoring, CPD



 

Trees and timber impact so many facets of life from ecology to architecture, city centres to farm land. Our teaching introduces the unknown, the new, the innovative and the historical to forestry and non-forestry.


We want to tell the story of the importance of trees to the environment, landscape and society. And we want to learn from others, engaged or otherwise about their relationship with trees.


  • we teach timber properties to forestry and architecture students

  • lead discussion in landscape evolution and landscape theory

  • tutor 1:1

  • speak at conferences

We were once described as specialist generalists.  We have a wide understanding of trees, forestry and timber but are also completely independent.  Our teaching reflects this


Regular partners include the Architectural Association School of Architecture, Central St Martins Architecture, Arts University Bournemouth M.Arch students, Harper Adams agricultural college, the Royal Forestry Society as well as guest spots at many other schools of Architecture and CPD for architectural practices and engineering practices (most recently Van de Steen Hall, Material Cultures and Ramboll)


 





Comentários


bottom of page