Emma Voit Landscape Architecture is a highly bespoke garden and landscape design firm specialized in planting design and based in Switzerland.
Back home after an enriching professional experience in London, I started my landscape architecture company in 2019. From the initial design to a delivered garden, I accompany you throughout all the creating stages until we successfully reach your dream garden. My role as a landscape architect is to design practical and esthetical solutions that answer your needs within a set budget, whilst working with the demands of an existing site.
Therefore, the dialogue we develop during this collaboration will be at the heart of a successful project.
With a degree from HEPIA (Haute École du Paysage, d’Ingénieurie et d’Architecture de Genève) and from Lullier (École d’Horticulture de Genève), I develop an early passion for plants and the way they can influence our well-being when their position is cleverly thought-out. The influence of plants and their arrangement on our daily lives is fascinating and motivates me to continue exploring all the aspects of planting design and composition in gardens.
Following my first employment as a landscape architect for Denogent SA (Prangins, VD), I move to London in 2014 to explore and investigate the secrets of the ‘English Gardens’. I get to work with Sara Jane Rothwell at London Garden Design for 4 years. There, I deepen my knowledge and experiment with it daily to design public and private gardens of quality, whilst working closely with the clients and respecting the original site and its demands. At the same time, I have the chance to perfect my skills at the Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew, London, where I successfully, and with mention, receive my ‘Planting Design Diploma’ from the London College of Garden Design, under the supervision of Andrew Fisher Tomlin in 2016.
In 2019, I become a member of the Swiss Federation for Landsacape Architecture (FSAP).
I am currently designing public and private gardens for different projects in Switzerland and Europe (mainly the UK and Italy).