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About Wildscape Projects

Wildscape Projects was born out of the concern that in our days we are loosing the dialogue with nature and fail to be collaborative when we could. As a landscape architecture company, Wildscape Projects focuses on the relationship of people and nature, however claims that our needs would be better satisfied if we allowed space for natural phenomena. It is the main goal of Wildscape Projects to create a meaningful, functional symbiosis with nature and create a green infrastructure that facilitates community interaction.

This can only happen through a deep understanding, listening to nature. Exploring the context, the needs of nature and the client forms the basis of a design brief and enables the engagement with the site and its unique setting. The responses can be, will be, different in every context and scale, however the design should open ways for people to listen to nature and appreciate these processes, create new narratives and encourage evolution.

The founder of Wildscape Projects, Adrienn, completed her studies in Budapest and Edinburgh, graduated as a landscape architect. Studies included courses on horticulture and garden design at the Corvinus University, and urban regeneration and landscape planning at the University of Edinburgh.

Following her studies, Adrienn gained experience in a range of landscape architectural project at LDA Design, London. These included public realm design, park design, tendering and contract administration. She is also a chartered member of the Landscape Institute (membership no. 23582).
Her UK and international experiences led her to develop a practice with the aim of creating collaborative landscapes that respond to our complex requirements and some of the global problems we are facing today. Whether a small garden design or a landscape strategy, Wildscape Projects will aim to create a holistic design with the above principles.

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