Studio Anne-Fleur Aronstein is an international operating landscape architect practice based in Ibiza, Spain.

After her Bachelor degree in Industrial Design at the Design Academy Eindhoven,  Anne-Fleur Aronstein obtained her Master Degree in Landscape Architecture at the Academie van Bouwkunst in Amsterdam. 

 

In the last 15 years she has worked for the renowned international offices Buro Kiefer (Berlin), Bureau B+B stedebouw en landschapsarchitectuur (Amsterdam) and  MDP, Michel Desvigne Paysagiste (Paris). 

In 2016 she started the eponym design practice focusing on the interdisciplinary domain of landscape architecture, architecture, arts and design.

 

The studio’s work varies from creating designs and developing spatial concepts and strategies in different landscape or urban contexts, at multiple scales. 

An important focus lies on rethinking and improving the quality of the public and private domain in a smart, sustainable and collective way. 

From an inquiring and analytic approach we start our projects by reading the landscape and project context.  The relation between Man and Space takes a central part in this approach. How do space and man relate, and what is their potential within the assignment? 

 

Time, temporality, transition and transformation are inextricably linked to the profession, but also are an important tool in  the studio’s work; they are made visible and are carefully designed. 

 

For every project we develop a custom made approach, in order to develop an integral and coherent design. Depending on the project we collaborate with different disciplines, such as architects, agronomical engineers, carpenters, artists, cartographers, botanists, process managers, engineers, light designers and other site-specific local specialists. 

 

We take high importance to supervising the realization of my projects in order to guarantee the quality at the completion of the design as well as satisfaction of our clients.

 

Besides public, commercial and private commissions we create autonomous work. This work takes form by doing research, writings, drawings and doing ephemeral, and sometimes unsolicited, interventions in public space or natural landscapes.