The Florica villa of the Bratianu family is one of the few with an own chapel (others are the Ghica villa in Ghergani and the Stirbey palace in Buftea). It has been restored and can be used for small [read more..]
Today 13th of August 2016 is a national day of mourning in Romania, as there are the funerars for Queen Ana. Royal funerars haven't been since 1938 when Queen Maria died, whose heart was to be buried [read more..]
Castle break is an innitiative out of the innitiative Monumente uitate (forgotten monuments) which makes weekend trips, like the city breaks, to castles in Romania. The break on Prahova valley propose [read more..]
The LE:NOTRE Institute is glad to announce its third international
student competition. The competition is organised in close relation to
the Landscape Forum 2017 and will work with the same territo [read more..]
The Venice architecture biennale 2016 stays under the sign of reporting about the crisis. It is interesting to see how different nations understand the crisis, between economic, ecologic, refugees, na [read more..]
13th-14th of June a workshop in geosciences was organised in the frame of the Spazi Aperti exhibition of the Accademia di Romania a Roma, a contribution to the month of international culture. It was i [read more..]
The winning projects of the 2016 LE:NOTRE Institute Student Competition
go to the University College Gent, the National School of Higher Studies in Nature and
Landscape Architecture Blois, Franc [read more..]
6-8 April 2016 a colloquium on the conservation of historical gardens, theory and practice, including a field trip, took place in Rome at the Sapienza University. It featured international speakers fr [read more..]
Today 11th of March there are 5 years since the Tohoku earthquake. But besides this sad anniversary, 2016 is also the year celebrating 150 years of Japan - Italian relationships. The Japanese cultural [read more..]
At the 2013 Le Notre forum in Rome, one of the areas studied was the EUR. Soon under the water surface of the lake, modelled after the UNESCO heritage water landscape of villa d'Este by Maria Teresa P [read more..]
The original LE:NOTRE Projects were co-funded by the European Union's Socrates and Lifelong Learning Programmes.
The LE:NOTRE Institute has been established by ECLAS as foundation under Netherlands Law.