Landscape architects in Angoulême: our skills related to town planning and landscape

The Interscène 3.0 workshop takes a new look at each place to be fitted out thanks to its dual competence in landscape and green town planning . This particular sensitivity for the landscape and the environment, acquired through our travels and experiences, allows us to work on various projects.

Our team of landscape architects and town planners brings you solutions that meet new environmental and ecological issues . We carry out each of our projects with respect for biodiversity, having chosen to favor plants and create or recreate social ties.

With 30 years of experience, the Interscène 3.0 workshop responds to calls for tenders from public commissions and large private groups. Our passionate team deals with each project land use planning like a new page to write, with a signature of our own.

The skills of the workshop at the service of your projects

The Interscene 3.0 landscape workshop is involved in large-scale projects relating to the development strategy of large territories. Because urbanizing large areas requires complex thinking, our missions are multiple. From consulting to planning, through programming and design, we are present at each stage of the project.

We work more specifically on issues of preservation and enhancement of heritage . From rural areas subject to urban and land pressure, to landscaped, agricultural or fragile environmental sites, we are aware of the difficulties encountered on these sensitive sites and provide them with concrete and sustainable solutions. This work usually takes the form of the development of reference tools such as charters, constitutions of ZPPAUP (Zone for the Protection of Architectural, Urban and Landscape Heritage), regulations or notebooks of prescriptions, in order to guide the development of a whole territory. while preserving its specific heritage.

Beyond the development of large territories, we are committed to carrying out more specific projects by always putting the plant world at the heart of our work. Theme parks, botanical gardens, tourist trails , they are all intended to promote moments of sharing and social cohesion. This type of request invites us to explore various avenues to give a new identity to the landscape while respecting the origins and specificity of the place to be transformed. Its history, its geography, its economy are all disciplines which constitute the beginnings of our study and guide us in our work.

Setting up a park, a large garden, a botanical path requires special expertise that Interscène has been able to develop over time. This type of mission requires strong creative and qualitative skills which go through the imagination of atmospheres, the creation of plant worlds, staging, while highlighting and respecting the territory.

Interscène works in the field of tourism to support you in the realization of hotel projects. This skill, developed over 30 years ago thanks to our collaboration with the Center Parcs – Pierre & Vacances group, has since evolved considerably. Indeed, today we are part of a sustainable tourism approach . The aim is to limit as much as possible the negative impact that the presence of tourists could generate on natural spaces and local communities.

This so-called “responsible” tourism leads us to follow three fundamental principles:

  • The social dimension: it imposes respect for cultures and local know-how while encouraging intercultural tolerance.
  • The environmental dimension: it aims to place the preservation of the environment at the center of tourism so that natural resources are protected and enhanced.
  • The economic dimension: this type of tourism must benefit everyone and be viable in the long term. This is why we are aiming for a fair sharing of the socioeconomic profits from tourism in a dynamic of job stability.

Living in a more equitable world while preserving the planet and its natural resources are priorities for us. The search for sustainable development is thus a source of inspiration for each regional development project.

Interscène has developed particularly sensitive know-how in its treatment of public spaces. This particular attention paid to the environment and the quality of the living environment leads us to search for alternative technical solutions, particularly in the management of road structures, pedestrian facilities or rainwater management as well as their capacity. to create social links.

Our passion for plants is expressed through each of our landscape creations. Private gardens, “school” gardens, educational gardens, common gardens or urban parks, we give a real identity to places while respecting biodiversity.

Aware that the garden has an inseparable role to play with man, we are keen to make it a place of resourcefulness and sharing, and even a didactic and educational space. Our vision of the modern garden leads us to experiment with you the tools that can be developed on a larger scale. The creation of the Terra Botanica plant park in Angers reflects this desire to promote social interactions while enhancing and protecting biodiversity.

develop public spaces with a strong heritage dimension

Focusing on projects that combine the issue of development with the theme of heritage, our approach is part of the urban and landscape enhancement of remarkable sites as well as in the safeguard of our historical heritage . We like to make the link between environment and culture, to highlight the terroirs which make the singularity of each territory.

Raise awareness and engage all audiences on environmental issues

Our many trips to North Africa, South-East Asia, China and even Madagascar, have allowed us to acquire a solid knowledge of botany, soils and climates. If these experiences have trained us, they have also opened our eyes to the fragility of the current environmental and ecological context.

The Interscene 3.0 workshop is not limited to the development and planning of new spaces and territories. Beyond our profession of landscape architects, our duty to reflect on major environmental issues is particularly important to us. True spokespersons for the importance of plants in our lives, we want to educate the general public and elected officials on these subjects.

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