Mónica Luengo

Art Historian and Landscape Architect. Vicepresident of ICOMOS Spain.  Honorary Member and Former  President  of the International  Scientific Committee of Cultural Landscapes ICOMOS-IFLA. Former Director of the Master Course on Cultural and Natural Heritage: innovation, research  and development, Andalucía International University. Member of l’Institut Européen de Jardins et Paysages.   Member of the Scientific Committee of the European Network of Historic Gardens. Her field of expertise is linked to theory and practice of cultural landscapes and to the research, restoration, conservation and management of historic gardens. She has also developed work related to World Heritage (evaluation process, expert meetings, nominations consultancy, etc.). During the past 15 years she has also organised seminars, exhibitions and has lectured internationally on cultural landscapes. She is principal of ATP,  landscape architecture office and has carried out projects for Master Plans and restoration of historic gardens. Her publications include historic gardens, restoration, management, cultural landscapes, etc.


prof. Norbert Kühn

Norbert Kühn, Prof, PhD, born in 1964, studied landscape ecology and architecture at the Technical University of Munich-Weihenstephan, followed by a doctorate at the Chair of Vegetation Ecology on the topic “Renaturation of species-poor meadows”. From 1998, senior lecturer for field plant science and use at the Technical University of Berlin, since 2003 head of the department of vegetation technology and planting design. Member of international committees and advisory boards (ICB Muskau /Mużakowski and Branitz), from 2006 to 2016 chairman of the Karl Foerster Foundation. Main area of his work concerns theory in planting design, extensive perennial use, designing with spontaneous vegetation, green space management, historical planting design, trees in climate change.


prof. Szymon Szewrański

Full Professor, Director of Institute of Spatial Management, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Science. Graduated in environmental engineering. Experienced in research on GIS and decision support systems, sustainable development, environmental and spatial management, environmental law and policy, environmental impact assessments. He has practical experience in Business Intelligence + GIS combined systems eg. Tableau and ArcGIS/ QGIS.  Postgraduate studies: executive MBA Central Connecticut State University and PWr (2014), spatial planning and urban designing (2007), GIS geographical information systems (2005), environmental law (2001), pedagogical studies (1999).


Prof. Dr. Michael Rohde

Prof. Dr. Michael Rohde is Gardens Director of the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg (SPSG) and honorary professor for garden history and garden monument preservation at the TU Berlin (ILaUP).

He is landscape architect with very rich practical and academic experience in  teaching and research in garden history and garden monument preservation.

Since 2004 he is garden director of the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg (SPSG). With a team of around 200 employees in the garden department, the state’s task of preservation, research and communication encompasses 15 gardens and parks on an area of around 750 hectares. Park Sanssouci is the most famous park in Germany, followed by the Charlottenburg Palace Garden in Berlin. The unique Potsdam-Berlin cultural landscape has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990.

Since 2008 honorary professor for garden monument maintenance at the Institute for Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning (ILaUp) of the Technical University (TU) Berlin. Leader of funded research projects.

Member of specialist societies / advisory boards, including the German National Committee of ICOMOS (since 2006), as an Advisory Member of ICOMOS-IFLA International Scientific Committee on Cultural Landscapes (ISCCL) or the DessauWörlitz Cultural Foundation (since 2018 as founding member and chairman). Author and co-editor of numerous books and papers.


mgr arch. kraj. Tony Willliams

Tony is Principal Landscape Architect at Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII).  He is a graduate of Natural Science (Moderatorship in Botany) from Trinity College Dublin and holds a Masters in landscape Architecture from University College Dublin. He is currently engaged in a research PhD programme in Natural Science.

He is a full professional member of the Irish Landscape Institute (ILI)  has been on the council of the ILI since 2005. He held the position of Hon. Secretary of ILI from 2008 to 2011 and President from 2013 to 2016. He is current Hon, Secretary. He has been the Irish delegate for the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) from 2007 to 2016 and has been on the executive council of IFLA Europe since 2011 first as Vice President Education until 2015 and President of IFLA Europe from 2015 to 2019. He is a member of the ICOMOS Ireland National Scientific Committee on Cultural Landscapes and World heritage Reflective Working Group. He is involved in a number of IFLA and ILI initiatives and in particular as European Voting Member for the Climate Change Working Group and working groups on Blue Green Infrastructure (BGI) / Nature Based Solutions (NBS).


Professor Verónica Fabio

(Director of the landscape studio, President of the Argentine Center of Landscape Architects and a Member of International Federation Landscape Architects, Head Professor of Vegetation II in the Department of Planning and Landscape Design, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (FADU), University of Buenos Aires (UBA).


Dr arch. Marta Mirás

partner Green City Life:


mgr arch. kraj. Aleksander Lech

Absolwent i nieetatowy wykładowca Wydziału Ogrodnictwa, Biotechnologii i Architektury Krajobrazu Szkoły Głównej Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego w Warszawie. Architekt Krajobrazu z wieloletnim doświadczeniem w firmach wykonawczych oraz projektowych. Rzeczoznawca PSDZ-NOT w specjalności projektowanie (technologie), wykonawstwo (realizacja, budowa), eksploatacja (konserwacja, pielęgnacja), naprawy, rewitalizacja (modernizacja), dobory roślin. Uczestnik licznych konferencji międzynarodowych o problematyce zmian klimatycznych i sposobach niwelowania skutków tych zmian w miastach. Prywatnie i zawodowo pasjonat i propagator zieleni na terenach zurbanizowanych. Specjalista w firmie GCL w dziedzinie wdrażania systemów ochrony drzew, zielonych dachów i retencji wód opadowych w miastach. Odpowiada za współpracę z inwestorami, projektantami oraz wykonawcami na każdym szczeblu inwestycyjnym, propagując wiedzę na temat nowoczesnych rozwiązań, stosowanych w Architekturze Krajobrazu.


Professor Liliana Veronica Fabio

Head Professor Vegetation II in the Department of Planning and Landscape
Design, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (FADU), University of
Buenos Aires (UBA) Head Professor, Department of Posgraduate Studies, Faculty of Architecture,
Design and Urbanism, University of Buenos Aires
Researcher, Habitat and Energy Research Center, Faculty of Architecture,
Design and Urbanism, University of Buenos Aires
Researcher and Professor, School of Agriculture, University of Morón.

 

I have more than twenty years of experience in directing and delivering undergraduate programmes in Landscape Design at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism at the University of Buenos Aires, and in professional practice and applied research in landscape design in Argentina. have acted at the Chairperson of the Argentinian Centre of Landscape Architects, the principal professional body in the field of landscape architecture in Argentina. Through these roles am well-networked across both higher education institutions and professional practices and other stakeholder groups (local and national government, social enterprises) and am skilled in stakeholder engagement, project management, implementation and impact activities. have personal expertise in planting and landscape design, and am the author of numerous publications aimed mainly at stakeholder and professional audiences. Currently direct the Breathe Respirar Programme: Conexus, founded by European Commission, Horizon 2020. University of Sheffield-University of Buenos Aires.


Marta Mirás

Doctor and architect (Universidad de Buenos Aires) and Specialist in Design and Landscape Planning (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella). Marta is a Board Member of the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism and Professor of History of Landscape and Environment, and Theory of Architecture. She dictates Doctorate and Master’s Seminars in national and international Universities and directs Doctoral and Master’s Projects and Theses. She is Main Researcher of the Institute of Latin American Art and Aesthetic Research Mario J. Buschiazzo and President of the Commission University of the Central Society of Architects. His doctoral thesis: “Images of public space: a Cultural History of Buenos Aires” received the first prize of the Central Society of Architects and Professional Council of Architecture and Urbanism (2014), in the published research category. She is the author of books and numerous articles of national and international publication on Landscape, Urbanism and Architecture.

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