30
Jun

WORKSHOP 1 and 2

Within the congress, two workshops will be organized in a parallel program:

  1. Workshop 1 - moderator, landscape architect Kate Gould Garden / England
  2. Workshop 2 - moderator, Associate Professor Saša Begović B.Sc. / 3LHD / Croatia

Kate's parents encouraged her to garden from an early age. What started as a simple hobby has grown into a successful life career. Kate Gould Gardens was started in 1998 from Kate's bedroom. 23 years old and 5 gold medals from Chelsea later, Kate is one of the most sought after garden designers in London. 

But she didn't forget where it all started. With sustainability and care for the environment at the forefront of its design process, it is very likely that you will continue to find it with your hands in the ground, installing the latest excellent planting scheme she has dreamed of. It is this warmth and accessibility that gives her the ability to work together with her clients. This, together with her passion, experience and power of visualization, is a tried and tested combination that gives beautiful results every time.

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Saša Begović is an architect and partner in the 3LHD studio. The studio is intensively developing the integration of different disciplines; architecture, urban and landscape landscape, design, art, and explore new possibilities of interaction between architecture, society and individuals. During his career, he has led many award-winning projects of various typologies: public, cultural, residential, sports and mixed-use. Projects such as Veterans' Bridge and Zamet Center in Rijeka, Bale Sports Hall, Croatian Pavilion at the World Exhibition EXPO 2005 in Japan and 2008 in Zaragoza, Splitska Riva, Lone Hotels, Adriatic and Park in Rovinj, Aquarium and Museum of Rivers in Karlovac , Urania - space of creation, Bužanova residential block, Infobip HQ, Rimac Campus are just some of the more important study projects. 3LHD's works have been presented at universities, exhibitions and institutions around the world, Harvard, ETH, Van Alen Institute, Berlage Institute, COAC Barcelona, ​​RIBA London, and the Venice and Rotterdam Biennales. The studio works have won international awards, such as the A + Award for Architecture and Landscape, the European Hotel Design Award for the best hotel in Europe, the WAF Award 2008 for the best sports facility, the IOC / IACS Award for the best sports building, the AR Award for the best new architect -te, the award of the magazine ID, as well as the most important Croatian professional and state awards. For the last 20 years prof. Begovic is active in academia in Croatia and around the world. He has been a lecturer and visiting critic at the faculties of architecture, ETH Zurich, Harvard and Northeastern universities in Boston, TU in Vienna, Munich, Stuttgart, and a visiting professor in Graz, Ljubljana and Zagreb. From 2010 to 2020 he was a visiting professor at the FGAG in Split, 2017 to 2019 at Cornell University, USA. Since 2021 he has been an associate professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb.

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