Patrizia Pozzi

Patrizia Pozzi has always been passionate about Nature and Architecture and expresses her vocation in the profession of Landscape Architect.

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The office

More than a classic Landscape Architecture office, Patrizia Pozzi’s studio is an open space where ideas, people and inspiration meet.

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Patrizia Pozzi - Landscape Architect Milano

Photo by Davide Forti

“The rich and generous nature allows itself without asking anything in return.
It is up to us to respect it and accompany it in time.”

July 2020 | An agri-cultural park in the heart of Palermo. The “Villa Tasca Park” project is born.

A large green lung in the city, 6 hectares of ancient citrus groves, rare palms and centuries-old trees in which to rediscover the link with nature. Inside, the first edible labyrinth in the world, composed of native botanical varieties that will form the inscription “Save Diversity”.
The project, in progress, wanted by Giuseppe Tasca and Luisa Mainardi, has been realized and designed by our studio.

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September 2020 | Embriodering with plants

“Through a complex work of naturalistic engineering, the park of a luxury resort has been renovated and enriched with a leaf shaped parterre and a surprising vertical garden…”

Article published in Gardenia, September 2020

Written by Cinzia Toto

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September 2020 | Embriodering with plants

“Through a complex work of naturalistic engineering, the park of a luxury resort has been renovated and enriched with a leaf shaped parterre and a surprising vertical garden…”

Article published in Gardenia, September 2020

Written by Cinzia Toto

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October 2019 in progress | Landscape mitigation project and Landscape of the Masterplan linked to the technical and economic feasibility project for the redevelopment and enhancement of the San Siro area.

Patrizia Pozzi took part in the work team for the technical and economic feasibility project for the redevelopment and enhancement of the San Siro area.

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Milano Green Point headquarters

Center for the culture and divulgation of contemporary landscape design

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