Rosa Barba Prize Finalists

It’s been a long journey deciding who are the finalists for the Rosa Barba Prize, Teresa Moller along with Gary R. Hilderbrand, Kathryn Moore, Walter Hood and Michael Jakob, have decide on 9 finalists for the Landscape Architecture Biennial and we couldn’t be happier to see some great projects been selected.

You can read more about at their Facebook fanpage and follow on Instagram. See you at Barcelona!

Landezine Awards – LILA 2018 Garden Category

Tere was invited to be a jury of LILA 2018, which ended up with 5 finalist in the garden category selected by the jury. They were 5 juries from different parts of the world and you can get to know them here.

You can vote for your favourite here: (Jury’s Shortlist: Gardens)

Jury at the International Biennal of Landscape Architecture in Barcelona

Teresa has been invited to participate has jury for the International Biennial of Landscape Architecture that’s going to take place in Barcelona on the next 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th September 2018. You can meet the complete jury here:

We also would like to invite everyone to participate at the Rosa Barba International Landscape Prize, by Fundación Banc de Sabadell that forms part of the Biennial.

After closing the submission of landscape and planning projects created around the world since 2013 to 2018, the International Jury will select 10 finalists. There will be only one winner with a prize of 15,000 euros which will be presented during the symposium.

The winner and finalists will present their projects during the symposium that will take place on the 27th September 2018.  The projects selected by the International Jury will be published in the catalogue of the 10th Biennial, displayed on the Rosa Barba Prize exhibition by Fundació Banc de Sabadell and published on our web under Biennial ATLAS tag.

You can send your project here:

Sophia Magazine

Sophia is a magazine published in Argentina that has made a more personal interview on Teresa Moller on the autumn edition 2018. Here, the landscape architect talks about the importance of nature in her life.


L’Art des Jardins

L’Arts des Jardins is a french magazine that recognizes the importance of gardens and has invited Teresa to give an interview regarding her work and how she unveils the landscape.

Revista Abitare la Terra

Dwelling on Earth nº45 

We would like to invite you to read this interesting column by Mario Pisani, editor of the Abitare la Terra Magazine, a quarterly review of the alliance between men and environment.

In page 20 of the magazine, it analices Punta Pite Project of Teresa Moller in deep with gorgeous photos and wonderful text.

Also, you can download the PDF magazine here: Abitare la Terra – Dwelling on Earth 45

Landscape Architecture 30_30

30 internationally renowned landscape architects showcase their own work as well as 30 of the best of the next generation. A global list of projects from Chile to China, South Korea to Sweden, Germany to Japan.

Editor. Meaghan Kombol

18_18 (p.182)

Teresa Moller, Study of the Landscape_ Teresa Moller and Associates

Chloe Humphreys, The Landscape Studio

Broader Perspectives – Latin American Landscapes

This book compiles projects designed and built in different cities and some remote places in Latin America.

Editor.Jimena Martignon

Part 2. NATURE


Casablanca I and II, Casablanca Valley, Chile (p.180-187) _ Pirque House, Chile (P.194-199) _ Tierra Atacama Hotel, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile (p.200-207)


House in Cumelen, Villa La Angustura, Argentina (p. 218-225) _  House in Kawelluco-Pucon, Chile (p.248-255)


– Punta Pite-Zappallar, Chile (p.278-285)

Concepcion, Memorial Park

This competition was set in Concepcion as public memorial park _ in memory of the earthquake 27F in 2010.

Museum Humano, Competition Parque San Borja

A day trip to Punta Pite

Project Maintenance

Punta Pite shortlisted for MCHAP prize

We are so pleased and honored that Teresa’s work has been recognized among the 36 “Outstanding Projects” from the original 225 nominiees in the running for the Mies Crown Hall Americas’ Prize. We are humbled to see our work alongside such distinguished architects as Herzog and de Meuron, Steven Holl, SANAA, OMA, Smiljan Radic to name a few.

Bahia Azul

Work in stone and the beautiful clear sea in northern Chile.

Unveiling the Landscape

New book published by Hatje Cantz, illustrating seven projects from the studio.

Spanish/ English, 2013. ca. 256 pp., ca. 150 ills,  29.50 x 38cm, clothbound, ISBN 978-3-7757-3697-8. 

Settings standards of concentration on simplicity

Teresa Moller’s architecture stands out due to its scope, its language, and its unique vision. What makes her such an outstanding artist is that she works in perfect harmony with the environment, respecting and preserving its essence.

Unveiling the Landscape captures the relationship she establishes between the landscape, architecture, nature, and native flora, while always taking into account the needs of the local residents and incorporating an aesthetic and functional reevaluation of the spirit of a particular place.

Since 1990, Chile’s diverse landscapes—from the Atacama Desert in the north to the Lakes Region in the south, and from the Pacific Coast in the west to the Andes in the East—have served as the settings for the majority of Teresa Moller’s projects. This diversity means that she approaches each project by first examining the valuable elements that already exist at a site and assessing the natural surroundings, the local ecology, and the local architecture, thus making each project the direct and unique result of its environment.

Spring Seas, Punta Pite

Wild flowers – Chilean Spring

Walking, Punta Pite

La Jardinera

Drawings and photos of model of a show garden to be built in and shown early November.

La Jardinera

Show garden in Construction.

Tea Garden, Shanghai

Beautiful tea garden in Shanghai. Using Native Chinese plants and lots of tea!

Marble – sourcing material for projects

Marble mine from the north of Chile.

Plantas Nativas

Punta Ballena

Coastal project… in construction

Superior Blend


March 2012 / Issue 116 / pp. 19-22
ISSN 1356-6458


An “Experimental Garden” into the Woodland



2012-3-20 / No. 2 / pp. 86-93
ISSN 1672-7460


The Land that Feeds




March 2012 / Vol. 102 No. 3 / pp. 78-91
ISSN 0023-8031


A Garden in Patagonia Survives, Despite the Fall of Ashes



2011-10-20 / No. 6 / pp. 62-69
ISSN 1672-7460

Villa La Angostura