AG&P (Gardens and Landscape Architecture) Studio was founded in 1985 in Milan by a group of architects and agronomists with the aim to develop projects related to outdoor spaces, planning each phase of work in an interdisciplinary way. It is an approach that ahead of times, allowing the structure to tackle new and original themes of a rapidly developing field. The studio has carried out many projects of various scales, from private and public gardens to green for housing, industry and service sectors. It has brought its expertise on tourism, recreational and agricultural projects, the recovery of historic parks, cityscape and urban gardens. It has followed large-scale green plans, rehabilitation of degraded areas, the assessment of environmental impacts and environmental mitigation.
Over the years AG&P has led projects related to green works on most of the Italian territory and in several foreign countries, widening over time the composition of its staff and its consultants. The interdisciplinary team works with the help of geologists, naturalists, botanists, foresters, city planners, economists and engineers to comprehensively meet the needs of the clients represented by private individuals, companies, construction companies, real estate studies, tour operators, government public companies, engineering and architecture professionals.
The updating of the technical equipment has enabled the structure to deal effectively with the design by solving customers' needs. The experience of professionals working in AG&P and their expertise enable the studio to develop both small-scale spaces such as terraces, roof gardens, courtyards, and areas of larger size. In each context, attention is turned to the technical details and style. The experience gained in different geographical and climatic regions gives a swift evaluation of the character of an area and its potential. The ability to "visualise" the area becomes necessary to address issues that affect a landscape scale, such as the green in residential and tourist complexes, the environmental placement of architectural and civil works and environmental restoration.