Ana Kučan is a landscape architect, professor at the Department of Landscape Architecture of the Biotechnical Faculty of the University of Ljubljana and the leader of the Studio AKKA which she founded in 2017 together with Luka Javornik. She graduated in Ljubljana and received a master's degree in urban planning at the Graduate School for Design at the University of Harvard in the United States (GSD MLAUD ' 92). She exhibited at home and abroad and received several awards for her work, among them the Piranesi Prize (1998 and 2002), the Plečnik Prize (2003 and 2016). She is a member of the Association of Landscape Architects and active in the Network of European Schools for Landscape Architecture. She is a publicist and editor, she was a member of the first editorial board of the academic magazine Journal of Landscape Architecture, among other things, she wrote the book The Landscape as a National Symbol. She is the leading author of the project All Shades of Green, exhibited in the Slovenian pavilion on the 12th Architectural Biennale in Venice. She lectures at several universities across Europe.
L’espace infini is a series of photographs recorded by the author in the Park of Versailles reaching to the thought space between the Baroque-shaped park, through romance and the unreachable, beyond the horizon, the magical realism, to the present relationship to the old parks and further to the unknown future, which is concealed by the fog of atmospheric and spiritual origin.