MA Landscape Architecture and Garden Design students enjoy Essen study tour

February 2019

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Landscape Architecture and Garden Design Masters students have visited Essen, Germany for their 2019 study tour on 18 February.

Students and staff spent the 4-day trip exploring the beautiful City in the winter sun, including visits to Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord, where they explored the sublime post-industrial landscape park, and a visit to the Design museum at Zeche Zollverein, which was once the largest coal mine in Europe.

While on the trip, students also got to visit Emscher Park to see the restructure of industrial Ruhr Region, along with a visit to the successional landscape of the decaying Hansa Coking Plant.

Accompanying the students on the trip were Landscape Architecture and Garden Design Lecturers Saruhan Mosler, Richard Romang, and Steve Terry.

Find out more about studying Landscape Architecture and Garden Design at WUC:
Undergraduate courses
writtle.ac.uk/UG-Landscape-Architecture-and-Garden-Design
Postgraduate courses
writtle.ac.uk/PG-Landscape-Architecture-and-Garden-Design