Joshua provided the opening keynote at the South African Institute of Landscape Architecture (ILASA) bi-annual conference in the spectacular World Heritage listed Drakensburg mountain park region on 13th August, 2018. The conference was themed ‘Landscape: Medium for Connectivity’. Joshua presented research distilling 750 projects through a proposed framework of ‘multidimensional sustainability’. His findings indicate that […]
Joshua has been announced as a Curator for the 2016 International Festival of Landscape Architecture led by Creative Director Professor Richard Weller in Canberra, 27 – 30th October, 2016. The festival is themed NOT IN MY BACKYARD Adventures into the profoundly frightening, deeply uncertain and yet somehow incredibly optimistic landscapes of the 21st century. The four-day […]
Josh verbally presented a research paper at the AESOP 6 Sustainable Food Planning Conference ‘finding spaces for productive cities’ held from 5-7 November in Leeuwarden in the Netherlands. The paper, Yield Operations: (Re)Fitting Urban Agriculture in Existing Green Spaces for Economic and Other Benefits explored the potential for urban agriculture to generate income in existing […]
Josh gave a guest lecture on 28th March 2014 at Martha Schwartz’s London studio titled ‘Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sustainability’ where he discussed international projects based on themes of environmental sustainability.
Cultivating the City: A Delectable Feast for All the Senses: Joshua spoke at this Landscape Institute event in at the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, London on Saturday 14 September 2013. The event covered a range of topics on urban food production including built and un-built projects & visions, ranging through policy, technology, community and art. […]
‘Why Should We Grow Food in Cities? Joshua presented a paper titled ‘Why Should we Grow Food in Cities’ at the University of Essex/Writtle College 5th joint conference in November 2012.
In response to AIA SA President Nick Tridente’s comment on The Plan that “landscape architects could not think laterally”, Joshua was one of four ‘Lateral Thinking Landscape Architects’ who presented at the BARC event.