International Federation of Landscape Architects

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The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) is an organisation which represents the landscape architectural profession globally. It aims to provide leadership and networks to support the development of the profession and its effective participation in the realization of attractive, equitable and sustainable environments.


IFLA was founded at Cambridge, England, in 1948 with Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe as its first president, representing 15 countries from Europe and North America. Later, in 1978, IFLA's Headquarters were established in Versailles.[1][2]


1948 - Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe
1962 to 1966 - Francisco Caldeira Cabral

External links[edit]


  1. ^ IFLA Past, Present, Future - A publication about the history of IFLA. ISBN 3-9522080-0-0
  2. ^ UNCESCO Documents and Publications

1. Speech of Diane Menzies, on the celebration of FCC centenary, available at, accessed on 27/06/2015