Together with his Zurich-based team, landscape architect Daniel Ganz realises projects for gardens, grounds, squares, and courtyards, as well as in the interest of preserving historical properties throughout Switzerland. For Ganz and his studio, landscape architecture is a craft in which they are guided and inspired by art, pictures, and history. This monograph presents ten recent projects by Ganz Landschaftsarchitekten, arranged according to the themes of history, pleasure, collection, labour, pictures, cooking, aesthetics, nature, art, and music. Among them are planted courtyards at Zurich Airport, C.J. Jung’s Garden, and landscapes at a primary school and ETH Zurich.
Zurich, 2021, 22cm x 22cm, 192pp, illustrated, Paperback.