Geneva-born Anouk Vogel studied landscape architecture at the Metropolitan University of Manchester before establishing her own practice in Amsterdam in 2007. She has achieved a host of accolades for her work, including winning first prize with architect Anne Holtrop for the National Pavilion of the Kingdom of Bahrain at the 2014 Milan Expo. Her landscape designs have a strong artistic emphasis with a minimalist look and each plays with an ordered sense of greenery and space. As well as designing beautiful abstract gardens, her art installations have also been exhibited around the world, such as her ‘Paper Garden’ in Nagasaki, Japan. Anouk is also an accomplished garden furniture designer, having been responsible for creating the romantic-looking street lamps and garden benches in Amsterdam’s Vondelpark.