Fernando Caruncho is a Spanish landscape designer; he started his Philosophy studies in the Autónoma University in Madrid in 1975.
Throughout his studies, he discovered the world of gardens and, starting in 1978, he combined his philosophy studies with gardening and landscape design at the "Castillo de Batres" School in Madrid.
He continuously deepens in his understanding of both fields, which are present in all of his projects.
His Mediterranean background made him understand that the eastern and western are two complementary worlds. From his admiration to both cultures, Fernando Caruncho learned to use geometry as a universal language and its application to the landscape.
Through the last 34 years, he has worked on various public and private gardens,including "La Terraza de los Laureles" at the Madrid Botanical Garden.
His professional activity has led him to various international projects in France, Italy, United States, New Zealand and Japan.His works are published in national and international publications
Part of his works were compiled in a monograph published by e Monacelli Press in New York under the title of Mirrors of Paradise: the Gardens of Fernando Caruncho, written by Guy Cooper and Gordon Taylor.
Currently, he is working on a new book about his latest projects.