International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA)
Fédération internationale des architectes paysagistes
Federación Internacional de Arquitectos Paisajistas
Internationaler Verband der Landschafts-Architekten
1948-09 Cambridge UK
Sep 1948, Cambridge (UK), discussions having been held: 1935, Brussels (Belgium); 1937, Paris (France); 1938, Berlin (Germany).
Develop and promote: the profession of landscape architecture, together with its related arts and sciences, throughout the world; the understanding of landscape architecture as physical and cultural phenomena concerned with environmental heritage and ecological and social sustainability; the establishment of high standards of professional practice in landscape design, its management, conservation and development.
Events2021-08-19 | Penang, Malaysia – World Landscape Architects Summit
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World Council (meets annually), consisting of delegates of member associations. Executive Committee. International Committees. Regional Councils (4): Africa; Americas; Asia-Pacific; E-XF1697 - IFLA Europe. Committees (9).
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