Urban biodiversity and the development of eco-responsible landscapes
Promoting urban biodiversity according to the subjects of study, developing plant-based urban planning to respond to new ecological problems are the permanent challenges of the progress of the projects of Interscene .
The art of building, in the age of ecology, pushes us to constantly reinvent ourselves and to rethink the landscape in a coherent whole where everyone can find their place. Because that’s what it’s all about, designing a sustainable landscape to offer a moment of happiness to all those who enjoy it, season after season, year after year…
Permanent curiosity, passion for the profession, commitment and responsibility
“To build is to collaborate with the earth: it is to put a human mark on a landscape which will be forever modified by it” – Marguerite Yourcenar
It is also to bring an identity to a territory whatever it is thanks to a few wills pegged to the body.
The Interscene 3.0 landscape workshop brings together a team driven by a common passion, the plant world. Landscape designers, landscape architects , we are above all in love with nature in what it has of most beautiful and of simplest to offer to us. A flower which begins to bloom, a tree whose first buds can be seen, a plant which takes on the color of the arrival of spring … We put plants at the center of our projects to create greater harmony between man and nature. environment.
Unchanging curiosity and knowledge of living things, assertive technical know-how, permanent innovation, passion for the profession, commitment and responsibility, trust and loyalty, are a reflection of who we are and the raison d’être of our workshop.
The landscape approach to create social links in contemporary cities
Food, vegetable garden, pleasure garden, ceremonial, medicinal, public, botanical, acclimatization, nursery, orchard … This simple list gives us a sense of the inseparable links that the garden has with humans . Created by need or necessity, created for pure pleasure, created to appear, as an extension of an architecture that also carries obvious social values, do green spaces have no other vocation than that of being shared? by the greatest number?
Operated as vacant spaces in the literal sense and used as a “blank head” for city dwellers in need of greenery, as a place of authentic renewal, of learning to respect life, even as a didactic and educational place, these natural spaces live as a response to social background noise, a counterweight. They are real levers of action for the live better together by (re) creating social ties .
Landscape explorers workshop: (re) reconciling urban planning and the environment
Our trips to the four corners of the world, the exploration of varied landscapes, the multicultural encounters gave us the opportunity to open our eyes to the plant world and its place in society. These expeditions have enabled us to forge a base of common values on the good social, cultural and economic development of the territories. Our objective is to design new landscapes while leaving room for the environment, regardless of the landscaped site on which we are working.
Because (re) reconcile urban planning and the environment , it is above all to collaborate with the earth, our approach cannot succeed without taking into account the environmental and ecological problems which surround us as well as their evolutions over the years. In our opinion, developing the territory intelligently requires green and sustainable urban planning that is environmentally conscious. This working method is the signature of our workshop.