Franco Zagari

Architect Rome / Italy

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Franco Zagari
Landscape architect living and working in Rome. Zagari also lectures in Landscape Architecture, and has taught courses at La Sapienza University, Rome and the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria (Italy). His works include the Italian Garden in Osaka, Villa Leopardi, Piazza Montecitorio, The gardens of Villa Lante at the Gianicolo in Rome, Piazza Matteotti in Catanzaro (Italy) and the entrance to the prehistoric caves of Niaux (France). He has written several articles and made films, including “The architecture of the modern garden” (a book, exhibition and six Italian TV films).
Franco Zagari
Franco Zagari

Landscape architect living and working in Rome. Zagari also lectures in Landscape Architecture, and has taught courses at La Sapienza University, Rome and the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria (Italy). His works include the Italian Garden in Osaka, Villa Leopardi, Piazza Montecitorio, The gardens of Villa Lante at the Gianicolo in Rome, Piazza Matteotti in Catanzaro (Italy) and the entrance to the prehistoric caves of Niaux (France). He has written several articles and made films, including “The architecture of the modern garden” (a book, exhibition and six Italian TV films).