Bradley-Hole Schoenaich Landscape
Brita von Schoenaich studied landscape architecture in Germany and Horticulture at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew before joining the Landscape Institute. Her pioneering work has had a far reaching influence on the development of sustainable vegetation strategies for the public realm and she has promoted her vision through international conferences and the media. Her partnership’s commissions and collaboration with leading architects have lead to award winning projects such as the British Embassy in Warsaw, the grounds of Tate Britain and the Sainsbury Laboratory, a scheme that won the Stirling Price in 2012. Their recent commission for aVajrasan Buddhist retreat in Suffolk won both Civic Trust and national RIBA awards. Von Schoenaich has acted as landscape witness at public inquiries and has adjudicated at UK universities. She is senior tutor in landscape design at The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew.