Giulio Giorgi is an Italian landscape designer, gardener and writer.

His work looks at the future in terms of ecology and planting strategies, and is characterised by the choice of exclusive materials and personalised craftsmanship. Giulio's signature encompasses subtles visual patterns, handcrafted hard materials (ceramics, terracotta, stone) and non-visual features such as olfactive compositions (scented planting schemes).

Giulio trained first in agronomy and ecology in Italy, France and Norway (Università degli Studi di Milano, Agroparistech, Norwegian University of Life Sciences) and worked for several years in organic agricultural research.

He has been practising design since 2007, and based his office in Paris after obtaining the Landscape Certificate at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Paysage de Versailles.

Giulio has been appointed as visiting professor in several French universities, architecture and design schools. He teaches environmental design and landscape projects. He writes for reviews and magazines and will publish his first book in autumn 2024: An Olfactory Botany Compedium for scent lovers.