Landmarks is the Design Commission for Wales’ autumn 2015 exhibition and events which explore the relationship between the natural resources of the Welsh landscape and human intervention, informing and inspiring a future for design in the landscape.
The Landmarks Symposium takes place in Cardiff on Friday 20th November 2015. It will be an opportunity to further consider and debate the issues raised at the Landmarks conference and to explore the implications for planning, policy and infrastructure design.
The symposium follows the Landmarks Conference which took place on 9th October 2015 at Ruthin Craft Centre. Aerial photographer, Alex MacLean shared images from his aerial survey of Wales conducted exclusively for Landmarks, revealing how mankind has shaped the Welsh landscape.
Landmarks considers a wide variety of issues including energy, sustainability, rural housing, industry, infrastructure, economy, tourism, biodiversity, climate change, transport, well-being, design, planning, landscape, conservation and innovation.
The Landmarks Symposium in Cardiff is a free to attend, but places are limited and expected to sell out quickly. Please book your place on Eventbrite via the link below.
- Event details
Friday 20th November 2015
10am - 5pm
DCFW, 4th Floor Cambrian Buildings, Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff CF10 5FL>