Design workshop with prof. Nigel Dunnett

Creative Flow Workshop

25th August, 2024. 10am – 5pm


This workshop will give you an insight into the process by which Nigel Dunnett develops landscape design concepts. You will learn and try it out for yourself. This is a hands-on interactive workshop.

You will be immersed in a certain creative flow that will allow you to create expressive, coherent and unified planting schemes that fit the spirit and context of the place. You will develop concepts for landscape spaces that can form the basis for further development of plant design.

You will work as an artist, but at the same time you will develop concepts that are based on science and sustainable plant design.

This workshop is aimed at:

  • Landscape architects who design their own projects,
  • Landscape designers working on private landscape projects,
  • Students of landscape field,
  • Enthusiasts who are looking for new ideas for their garden.


  • No experience in art or science, or special skills, is required.
  • Please bring a photo of a nature or landscape that inspires you.
  • We will provide site layouts on which we will work. Drawing and other materials will also be provided, however, you can bring your favourite drawing or painting materials.
Giedrė Puzinauskienė Garden style konferencija

Prof. Nigel Dunnett (UK)

Landscape designer, book author, professor at Sheffield University

Nigel Dunnett is a world-renowned leader who sets trends in modern plant design. He believes that plant selection should not be merely cosmetic; instead, he encourages the creation of green spaces that are dynamic, natural, beautiful, and impactful. He envisions green spaces that can fundamentally transform urban life. You will discover how he achieves this.

N. Dunnett is an author of several books, an active participant in international research, a presenter at conferences, and a consultant for landscape architects and urban planners. Some of his most notable design projects include the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London (in collaboration with James Hitchmough) and the Barbican Centre in London. He has also won a gold medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and received numerous international awards for his contributions.

The workshop will be held in English and translated into Lithuanian.

Giedrė Puzinauskienė Garden style konferencija

The workshop will be facilitated by certified landscape architect Giedrė Puzinauskienė.

With an MA degree in Landscape Architecture in the UK, she is well-versed in contemporary design, as promoted by the UK’s leading schools. Giedre is continuing her design work in Lithuania. During this workshop, she will advise the participants should they need guidance with their creative flow.

Workshop timetable:

9.30 – 10.00    Registration and welcome coffee.

10.00 – 11.00  Introduction notes by prof. Nigel Dunnet.

11.00 – 12.00  Task assignment. Work on task.

12.00 – 12.15  Coffee break.

12.15 – 1.00   Participants present their task assignment.

1.00 – 2.00     Lunch.

2.00 – 3.00     The second task assignment. Work on task.

3.00 – 4.00     Coffee break.

3.15 – 4.30     Participants present their second task assignment. Questions & answers.

4.30 – 5.00     Certificates. Farewell.

Workshop fee and registration:

Registration fee:
369 Eur

Advance registration fee: 329 Eur (price rises on 25 July)

Lunch and coffee breaks are included, as well as all necessary stationery. No other discounts apply.

Certificates: to be awarded

Number of participants: up to 30

Venue: the premises of the Science and Arts School “Taškius”, in the historic former Basilian Monastery in Vilnius, 4th Building, 1st floor, 18 Arklių Street, Vilnius.

Working language: English (with Lithuanian translation).

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The design workshop with François Travert will take place on 26 August. For more information click here >>.

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