Filmtastic Fridays: The Olympic Park’s Landscape Legacy

Filmtastic Fridays: The Olympic Park’s Landscape Legacy

It’s Friday and you know what that means–another fantastic landscape architecture video! Developed by Room60, the same video production studio that created the popular ‘I want to be a landscape architect’ film, The Olympic Park: Landscape Legacy is an excellent glimpse into the history, design, and making of this great landscape architecture achievement.


From the description:

“The 2012 Olympic Park in Stratford, London is a sustainable and contemporary urban park of international significance. This short film consists of interviews with some of the key players of the design and build of the Park, capturing the role landscape architecture had to play in it’s delivery.

This film was commissioned by the Landscape Institute; an Olympic Learning Legacy Partner.”



Having trouble viewing the video? Try this video link.

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1 Comment

  1. Thank you, that video was inspiring to see a big job so well executed. The Olympics were the spark, but the park is far longer lasting than the competition. Looking forward to visiting it.

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