14th March 2014
Timescapes – Non-geographic approaches to Landscape
Tiago Torres-Campos is a Portuguese landscape architect who designs
and researches through practice on topics such as landscape narratives and
perceptions, time, speed, movement and digital media.
In 2012 he joined the University of Edinburgh as part of the team in
Landscape Architecture (ESALA). He is interested in bringing pedagogic
innovation and design sensibility into teaching, as well as in further
engaging ESALA with other prominent European Institutions.
He is part of the European Masters in Landscape Architecture (EMiLA)
and also an External Examiner at the University of West England, Bristol.
Since 2011, he is a teaching fellow in the PhD programme
‘Contemporary Architecture of Metropolitan Territories’, at the University
of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL), being responsible for a major contribution within
the Landscape Unit.
He co-founded Terramorfose Landscape Architects, an award winning
small practice studio based in Lisbon, Portugal.