Lead DesignerAgnieszka Hubeny-Zukowska
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Prize(s)Honorable Mention
Entry Description

Project for a very long and narrow plot of urban land with height differences of 7m. Area divided into 3 levels. The lowest front garden combine the requirements of the conservator and the modern garden. Whole of the second level of the garden was built on the roof of the underground buildings. We used the very latest technology to irrigate and drain area. Lawns minimized to small one with 1-hole golf course and lawn for children in the shade of the trees, which do not require watering.
The inspiration of the project was itself historic, 160 year old villa and the requirements of the conservator. On the other hand, the owners passion for elegance, modern style and technology. In addition, a large impact on the project was undoubtedly the environment. On the one hand busy street of the city on the other, a beautiful old beech forest.


From year 1999 co-owner of The Garden Art Studio, Poland near Gdansk. She designed so far more than 250 gardens, she also took part in almost 100 garden realizations. Designer, traveler, journalist, photographer, sculptor and creative artist.

She is a member of SITO NOT and the National Association of Gardens Creators. Higher education (Shaping the Landscape) graduated from the University of Life Sciences in Poznan, also studied landscape architecture at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Horticulture and Garden Design in UK.
The experience gained in Poland, the US and the UK, where the adventure began immediately after completing technical school. In 1999 after gaining experience and inspiration she began operating on Polish territory.

She is the author of photos and articles about gardening in many publications. Realizations of her projects were repeatedly shown in the polish TV.

For her unique designs Agnieszka Hubeny-┼╗ukowaska won many awards worldwide including the Silver A'design Award in Italy, second prize Tiananmen Square Landscape Architecture Competition in Beijing, China (2009) and honors in international competition SLANT GARDEN DESIGN AWARD, 2011.
With many travels and work, experience gained for several years in England, Agnes brought knowledge and inspiration which are visible in her projects. She designs mainly private gardens, landscape surrounding property outside the city, but also a public space and urban rooftops gardens. She has developed a unique, characteristic of her style, combining naturalistic sets of plants with even the most modern and avant-garde elements. In addition to the visual aspect of projects for designer, practicality, maintenance and comfort of the space are also extremely important.