Garden design competition opens

Registrations are now open for the international competition Creative Space, with applications welcome from designers, landscapers, and artistic installations from around the globe.

credit: Luciano Movio
credit: Luciano Movio

Orticolario 2017 will be held from 29 September-1 October in the grounds of Villa Erba in Cernobbio, on the shores of Lake Como in Italy.

Registration for the International Competition "Creative Spaces" is free and all applications are to be sent in writing to info@orticolario.it by 31 January 2017. Further details, including all terms and conditions, can be found on the Orticolario website, or by following this link: http://eng.orticolario.it/international-competition-creative-spaces/

The aim of this year’s competition is to select innovative projects which, once brought to life within the gardens of Villa Erba, will engage with visitors and tell the story of the garden.

The theme for the event is the moon and the featured flower is the fuchsia.

 


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