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A look back: Industry leader visits School for ‘International Lecture Series’

Curzon Building Lobby

Birmingham School of Architecture and Design recently welcomed Kim Wilkie, Royal Designer for Industry, Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects and Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute as part of the ‘International Lecture Series’.

The Talk

The talk, coined ‘Digging Down’ took place on Wednesday 10 February at Birmingham City University’s state-of-the-art Curzon Building and shared information on how terraced landscapes provide shelter, soil, water and sound.

Kathryn Moore, Professor of Landscape Architecture at Birmingham School of Architecture and Design said:

Kim's recent ventures

Kim’s recent ventures have spanned across the world, covering locations such as Buckinghamshire, London and Oman.

Following the lecture, refreshments and networking opportunities were available for all attendees.

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