The Land Art Generator Glasgow project, a joint initiative between ecoartscotland (Chris Fremantle’s ongoing framework for research and practice) and the Land Art Generator Initiative has been awarded the Chartered Institution for Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM)’s Nick Reeves Award, the national art and environment award. Chris has been involved in On The Edge Research since the inception.
ecoartscotland is thrilled that the Land Art Generator Glasgow project has been awarded the 2016 Chartered Institution of Water and Environment Management (CIWEM) Arts, Water and Environment Award.
This award acknowledges the major commitment of all the partners, including Glasgow City Council, Scottish Canals and igloo Regeneration whose effective collaboration has made the project possible. And it celebrates the innovative work of the multidisciplinary design teams who participated, including the winning team (Dalziel + Scullion, Qmulus Ltd., Yeadon Space Agency, and ZM Architecture).
The combination of a Council committed to strategic planning and innovation with a land owner and a developer both committed to sustainability at the heart of regeneration has been crucial for the development of LAGI Glasgow.
CIWEM’s Arts and the Environment Network citation highlights the collaboration on the LAGI Glasgow project. The citation says,
The judging panel were particularly impressed by the practical orientation and ambitious…
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