Landscape architecture is the design profession concerned with the design, planning, management and stewardship of the land.
The work of landscape architects is all around us.
Landscape architects analyze, plan, design, manage, and nurture the built and natural environments.
Landscape architects have a significant impact on communities and quality of life.
They design parks, campuses, streetscapes, trails, plazas, and other projects that help define a community.
Applying both art and science, landscape architects provide consulting services, prepare plans, and facilitate projects that create a balance between the needs and wants of people and the limitations of the environment.
After graduating in Architecture at Turin’s Polytechnic, Antonella Pirovano turned her passion for the greenery into a specialization in Landscape Architecture at the University of Genoa.
She designs and follows the creation of gardens, terraces and outdoor expanses mainly in Piedmont, where she lives.
She takes care of every single stage of the intervention, from site survey to supervision; each project includes data sheets and presentations, both with graphic and digital media, so as provide the client with a clear picture of the end-result.
Her interventions stem from her in-depth botanical and technical proficiency, from her analysis of the landscape, along with a special focus on the clients’ needs and on the selection of the plants and materials, which, whenever possibly, are locally sourced to foster sustainability.