Landscape architecture dissertation ideas visualised in style of Humphry Repton

December 2017

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Our Landscape Architecture and Garden Design degree students visualised their dissertation ideas in the style of Humphry Repton.

Eighteenth century landscape designer Humphry Repton is famous for his 'Red Books' which helped clients visualise his designs with before and after views.

The exercise was run as a competition, which was judged by their peers, tutors, the Curator of RHS Hyde Hall and the Exhibitions & Events Coordinator of RHS Lindley Library.

Details of an exciting public exhibition with the RHS will be released soon!

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