"This series of four talks, organised by the Historic Gardens Foundation in partnership with The Gardens Trust, explores international examples of Unforgettable Gardens, seen through the eyes of their owners, managers, creators and restorers...
Week 1. 5 October: Restoring a former family property in Hungary with Angelica Károlyi
The stately home and park in Fehérvárcsurgó, 50 miles west of Budapest, were originally Baroque, overlaid in the 19th century with an eclectic mix of naturalistic landscape style and a touch of Art Nouveau. Nationalised after World War II, the historic house was at risk of collapse by the late 1980s and the park had become a jungle. This talk will explore how Georges Károlyi - great-great-grandson of Fehérvárcsurgó’s creator - and his Paris-born wife Angelica have restored the former family estate, turning it into a European cultural meeting centre, and have started to restore the park, which since 2005 has hosted an annual European Art of Garden exhibition..."
HOSTED BY THE GARDENS TRUST
Tickets: £5 (concessions may apply)
Speakers: Angelica Karolyi
Book here: https://londongardenstrust.org/whatson/talks/inventory-lecture/
"Soon after its foundation in 1994, London Parks and Gardens started to research and put together a catalogue of Greater London’s parks, gardens, churchyards, cemeteries and myriad other green or open ...