Shelley Mosco BA, DipLA
Senior Lecturer; Research Assistant.
Department of Architecture & Landscape
Faculty of Architecture, Computing & Humanities
Shelley Mosco began teaching GIS at University of Greenwich in 2006. She is a research assistant for the Landscape and Environmental Design Research Group, where she is project manager for the Green Roofs and Living Walls Centre.
Shelley is a landscape architect and director of her own consultancy, specialising in green and living wall design. She has been involved in projects such as the UK’s tallest living wall, recently installed at the University of Newcastle’s Science Central; NUS Macadam House native species walls; Network Rail’s Birmingham New Street Station and Transport for London’s Puddle Dock living wall which was used as a study for air pollution mitigation, as well as award winning designs at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show several years running. Her plant knowledge and growing expertise of Europe’s living wall system leaders, puts her at the forefront of this emerging technology.
- Senior Lecturer in Landscape Design and GIS (Geographical Information Systems) for Landscape Planning.
- Project Manager for Green Roofs and Living Walls Centre.