Andrew is one of Australia’s leading landscape architects and is the Landscape Architect at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria. Here he has built on the magnificent Guilfoyle legacy, with most notably the restoration of Guilfoyle’s Volcano and of course the highly innovative and successful Ian Potter Foundation Children’s Garden. His mastery in innovative design, his enormous love and knowledge of plants and his passion for connecting people with nature has led to his involvement in a broad range of other endeavours.
He has taught a whole generation of garden designers at Burnley, has designed many residential and public spaces, particularly spaces for children to play, and has been the leading designer for the Global Gardens of Peace Gaza project. He has designed the Friends latest project in the Gardens ‘The Sensory Garden’. Andrew will without doubt, captivate us with his stories and pictures.
Image by courtesy RBGV
photographer Adrian Vittorio.
When: Wednesday 24 April at 6 for 6.30 pm
Where: Mueller Hall, National Herbarium
Cost: Friends $20 Non members $25, Students and Pensioners $10
Refreshments will be served before the talk.
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