Chile

Chile has been shaped by nature. It is a linear country of 4270 km, wedged between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes. This territory offers remarkable natural resources. The diversity of landscapes from the Atacama Desert in the north to the Lakes Region of the south as well as from the Pacific Coast in the west to the Andes mountain range in the east have been the setting for the majority of the projects in Teresa’s Moller studio.

Projects

  • Olive Garden, Zapallar Thursday, August 13, 2015

    The garden its located in a steep hillside of Zapallar. The project is currently within its stage of design. Olives trees, Cypresses and lavender planting bring us to experience the Mediterranean landscape.

  • Agua Claras, Zapallar Wednesday, August 12, 2015

    In the central coast of Chile, inland from the pacific ocean, this unique garden is set within a pre-existing Pine forest. A diverse work of stone and carving as little by little given shape to the garden, creating different spaces all with their particular character inviting people to walk and enjoy the shadows and clearings generated by the Pine trees.

  • Parque Forestal. Arauco Wednesday, August 5, 2015

    The Project is an educational park located in the south of Chile in Arauco. The site previously served for industrial tree plantation. The landscape project aims to recognize and restore the great natural resources that benefits this territory. The fundamental elemental of the proposal is to rescue and enhance the native forest and the presence of water on site.

  • Bosque del reflejo. Villarica Wednesday, August 5, 2015

    The Project is located in an area that benefits from Chile’s native forest close to Villarrica Lake. The garden aims to recognize the existent values of this wonderful and unique site. Water becomes an important part of the design, integrated within the walkway system , resting and reflecting areas. Everything is made on the site in balance with the place.

  • El tranque. Santiago Wednesday, August 5, 2015

    This project consists in a 2.5 ha. Park for a residential private condominium, located on a hillside in Santiago’s Andean foothills. The design seeks to integrate the residents to the local geography and native flora, adapting to the changing levels, covered by hawthorns trees and cork trees. The landscape proposal considers a series of routes that structures and defines large grassy areas surrounded by ground cover planting, to which new caduceus and persistent species are introduce, which will bring the users to live the landscape and experience the seasonal changes.

  • Clinica Las Condes. Santiago Tuesday, December 30, 2014

    During these last 10 years, Clinica Las Condes has given its priority to enhance green spaces. The clinic has understood that giving priority to gardens is of main importance for achieving a new image and identity distinctive from other clinics within the same healthcare quality.

    Clinica Las Condes has understood that gardens is a way forward in helping patients to heal. Bringing nature to patients life in hospitals is of great importance for their healthcare. Garden are gradually becoming part of the architectural buildings, changing the urban face for a greener and more is sustainable aesthetic.

  • Calama. Parque Periurbano. Thursday, September 25, 2014

    Public park in the desert…

    First stage “Tucnar Huasi” in construction

  • Fundo San Jose. Cholqui Monday, January 27, 2014

    This project called el Campo is an experimental project. The site is a family property of 400 hectares located in a valley of the pre-cordillera characteristic of central Chile. An accessible countryside only an 1-hour away from Santiago. The aim for this project is not to draw a final design but to work with processes and time. The idea is to show the possibilities of doing a project by re-using everything that is found on site that will serve for new functions and aesthetics. The project is about sustainability and bringing people together and enjoy the simplicity of being amongst nature. El campo is developed in balance with its environment.