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SELECTED MAGAZINES AND BOOK PUBLICATIONS:

ARTICLES :

 

OTHERS PUBLICATION

1000 x Landscape architecture

1000 x LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Compendium of Landscape architecture by Karl Ludwig 

 CompLands_Silva_Foster

 Small Home gardens  by Macarena Abascal valdenebro 

 Roberta SIlva_1_SMALL HOME GARDENS_001-336 

 Roberto Silva_2_SMALL HOME GARDENS_001-336-2

Outdoors by Terence Conran and Diarmuid Gavin

 

ONLINE ARTICLES

Natural Recall

http://www.naturalrecall.org/friends/roberto-silva/

Financial Times – how to spend it

https://howtospendit.ft.com/house-garden/203395-the-budding-trend-for-japanese-style-gardens

Archdaily

https://www.archdaily.com.br/br/01-12230/foster-garden-roberto-silva/004-2/

Houzz

https://www.houzz.co.uk/ideabooks/110264809/list/garden-tour-a-small-courtyard-garden-with-year-round-colour

Grand design show

https://www.granddesignslive.com/whats-on/ask-an-expert/excel-experts/garden-design/903-roberto-silva

Society of Garden designers conference

https://www.sgd.org.uk/the_workshop_emerald/Conference_280308.aspx

 

TELEVISION

Brazilian Globo television interview Roberto silva about his work, book and design philosophy:

Globo TV Brazil interview with Roberto Silva Part 1     Globo TV Brazil interview with Roberto Silva Part 2

 

QUOTES

“Roberto Silva has spent a good many years studying but it is now carving a name for himself as one of London’s brightest designers”

Clare Foster for Gardens Illustrated

Burle Marx Approached his gardens and landscapes as an abstract painter might a canvas. It is fashionable for designers around the world to claim to use his influence but it takes a native such as Silva to pull it off with such aplomb”

Tim Richardson for The Sunday times

Brazilian garden designer Roberto Silva has made one of the most innovative new London gardens in Years”

Paul Thompson for New Eden 

Silva’s gardens are a masterclass in adapting oriental ideas for a western audience, fusing traditional features with elements borrowed from contemporary art and a South America’s flair for hot colour.

Amy Bradford for the Financial Times/ how to spend it magazine