Incomplete Cartographies at Die Angewante

Ed has been invited to Die Angewante >>>

Published 22nd March 2022

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This is a brief, in-progress portfolio of design and research collaborations from the Project Studio of Ed Wall >>>

Published 11th September 2021


Ed is appointed Design Council Expert

In April Ed was appointed a Design Council Expert, joining a diverse, multi-disciplinary community from across the UK, set to address major social, environmental, and economic challenges.

Published 25th April 2021


Valley Drawing 7

Published 19th October 2020

Ed Wall Vienna

New appointment

Ed has been appointed the City of Vienna Visiting Professor 2017 by SKuOR. Financed by funds endowed by the City of Vienna, SKuOR (Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space) contributes to the teaching and research activities of Vienna’s University of Technology (TU Wein). >>>

Published 12th June 2016

Greenwich Landscape

New post at Greenwich

Ed has been appointed Academic Leader for Landscape at the University of Greenwich, in London. He will lead a portfolio of landscape and urbanism programmes including, BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture, MA Landscape Architecture and the new MSc Advanced Landscape and Urbanism programme that will commence in 2014. Do get in touch to know more about the porgrammes and potential collaborations. >>>

Published 14th September 2013


The Machinist Landscape

The Machinist Landscape is Mike and Ed’s art/energy/landscape collaboration, with Greg Keeffe and Antonios Papanastasiou.

Published 11th October 2012



Inspiration for the Roaming Forest. Olmsted was using tree moving machines to transport trees around Prospect Park.

Image: Fein, A. (1972) Fredrick Law Olmsted and the American Environmental Tradition. New York: George Braziller

Published 25th February 2011



A unique collaboration, with Helena Rivera, Dickon Hayward and James Richer to design a new city in Colombia. The aim was to propose a framework for an adaptable city infrastructure that could expand and contract as the population fluctuates. This project was led by Helena Rivera, A Small Studio Ltd, and was commissioned by a public limited company in Colombia. For more information >>>

Published 9th July 2010


Roaming Forest Prototype

The prototypes have been fabricated for the Roaming Forest. Yael Bar Maor has been coordinating the realization of the project while providing an essential local knowledge. There will be some tweaking of the design following the prototypes and testing.

This project is a collaboration with Yael Bar Maor and Mike Dring. Selected for the Biennale of Landscape Urbanism, the Roaming Forest is an exploration of adaptation and temporality in the public realm of the city.

Published 9th July 2010