IFLA Constitution

In Cambridge, UK in September 1948, further to discussions held in Brussels (1935), Paris (1937) and Berlin (1938), a federation, now known as the International Federation of Landscape Architects (hereinafter referred to as IFLA) was established and is governed by the following Constitution. IFLA is a not-for-profit, non-political, non-governmental organisation.

IFLA will be the leading international body promoting the creation of a globally sustainable and balanced living environment from a landscape architectural perspective.

IFLA will promote the landscape architecture profession within a collaborative partnership of the allied built-environment professions, demanding the highest standards of education, training, research and professional practice, and providing leadership and stewardship in all matters.

Portable Documents

IFLA Constitution 2014