On Wednesday, October 5 and Thursday, October 6, “UNC in Bloom: Designing Sustainable Landscapes” will be held, an interdisciplinary initiative to promote the design, construction, and use of sustainable landscapes that are respectful of the natural environment.

“UNC in Bloom” is part of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030. The SDGs are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and improve people’s lives and prospects all over the world.

The initiative will take place within the framework of the III Córdoba City Design Biennial and is jointly organized by the Vice-Rectorate, the Undersecretary of Culture and four faculties of the UNC: Architecture, Design and Urbanism; Arts; Agricultural Sciences; and Communication Sciences.

During the “UNC en flor” days, multiple activities open to the entire community will converge. The attending public will be able to tour Ciudad Universitaria and visit the exhibition of sustainable landscape designs and floral designs, find green spaces and theme gardens, attend cultural activities, and learn about products related to landscaping and outdoor furniture design, for example.

In the Plaza del Cuarto Centenario, the Extension Secretariat of the UNC will have a stand where it will exhibit projects and actions related to gardens, orchards and landscapes that different programs of that dependency carry out together with the community.

The complete grid of activities can be consulted HERE.