In the garden with: Andreas Kipar (LAND Landscape Architecture Nature Development)

Andreas Kipar – Photo: landsrl.com

Dr. Andreas Kipar studied Landscape Architecture in Essen. In the year 1985, he founded his own planning office in Milan. In the following years the activities of his office expanded, taking on numerous projects in different Italian regions, as well as in Germany, where the planning activities have also been carried out by an own office since 1995.

Planning of private gardens: Practical Day at spoga+gafa

„Garten des Jahres 2017“: Hofgarten, Rheingau/Hessen (Petra Hirsch Gartenplanung)
© Marion Nickig Fotodesign

The garden is turning more and more into living space as a balance to the hectic everyday life. Its design is thus becoming all the more important. The Private Garden Planning Practical Day at the coming spoga+gafa demonstrates how successful garden ideas can be implemented and materials sensibly used.

In the garden with: Brigitte Röde (Planungsbüro Garten & Freiraum/Garden & Leisure Planning Office)

Brigitte Röde – photo: Hoffmann Leverkusen

The landscape architect Brigitte Röde took a degree in landscaping in Osnabruck and followed this up with an additional qualification in advertising and marketing. In 1987 she turned self-employed after founding her garden and leisure planning office in the Rhineland. In addition to property planning, Röde also holds lectures and runs seminars on the theme of garden design.

In the garden with: Gabriella Pape (Royal Garden Academy Berlin)

Gabriella Pape – photo: Königliche Gartenakademie (Royal Garden Academy)

Gabriella Pape took a degree in Bio-dynamic Agriculture, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture in Great Britain. After completing her degree in Kew Gardens in London and taking a Diploma in Landscape Architecture at Greenwich University, she turned self-employed after setting up the design studio LANDART in England together with the garden historian, Dr. Isabelle Van Groeningen.

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