IFLA, the International Federation of Landscape Architects, is the global body of professional Landscape Architects, with members from over sixty countries in all continents. It represents the profession of Landscape Architecture in both governmental and non-governmental organizations, such as the UN, UNESCO, UIA., etc.

IFLA is a non-political, non governmental and non-profit democratic organization with the following objectives: to develop and promote the profession and discipline of Landscape Architecture, together with its related arts and sciences, throughout the world; to establish the profession in its continuing role as an instrument of aesthetic achievement and social change for the public welfare; to contribute in identifying and preserving the intricate balance of those ecological systems upon which the future of civilization depends; to establish high standards of professional practice in design and planning of the landscape, its management, conservation and development; to promote educational and professional international exchange of knowledge, skills and experience.

Landscape Architects in countries where there is no national association affiliated with IFLA may apply for individual membership in order to be able to participate in its various activities, to share and exchange professional experience with colleagues from other countries and to contribute to IFLA’s efforts to advance the profession and its influence wherever possible.

Membership dues of 20 US$ per annum, or 50 US$ for three years, entitle the applicant to receive IFLA publications and information regarding IFLA’s global and regional activities, and the possibility to participate in them.

Download the Individual Membership Application Form here: IFLA Individual Membership Form