Speakers from across the globe will explore the use of colour in the garden at the SGD Spring Conference in April, looking beyond fashions and trends to explain how good use of colour can play a major role in the success of a garden or landscape project.
‘Colour: the art, science and experience’ is taking place on 25 April at the Royal Geographical Society in London. Experts from across the fields of landscape architecture, garden design, planting design and science will explain the profound effects colour can have on our mind and mood and how the right use of colour in a garden can change our perception of the space and how we use it.
Speakers will include:
– Steve Martino
– Emily Erlam
– Claude Cormier
– Jimi Blake
– Mike Allaby.
The SGD Spring Conference will be chaired by Stephanie Mahon, editor of the Garden Design Journal. She will examine how colour is expressed and how it changes its nature depending on how it is consumed.
Discounted ‘Early Bird’ tickets are available until 14th March 2020.
The Spring Conference will once again be available via a live-streaming and on-demand service allowing the SGD to share the experience with as many members as possible. Details will be available on the SGD website shortly.