BBC Gardens Illustrated Magazine - Kim Wilkie's Vista Lecture at the Museum of Gardening


Landscape architect Kim Wilkie, whose projects include the V and A Museum garden, talks about ‘The Uses and Abuses of History’, discussing the issues of authenticity and appropriateness when it comes to garden restoration. How do we interpret the past and what are our responsibilities? Kim draws on his own experiences at Villa La Peitra in Florence, Heveningham Hall, Suffolk, Boughton Park, Northamptonshire and a private house in Hampshire, leading a lively and interesting debate.

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