2013 International Federation of Landscape Architects 'Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe' Award winner Gonçalo Ribeiro Telles designed this urban landscape in 1960s. Telles contribution on 'landscape architecture, landscape planning, landscape policies, landscape design and landscape education has been quite phenomenal'. Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian opened in 1969 in Lisbon surrounded by this charming urban garden that works like a 'jardim de percurso' or 'garden to walk trough'. Different spaces are linked by paths and steps made in concrete slabs around the main building in a never ending journey. Visitors can sit down, lie on the grass or read on various and pleasant atmospheres. Grounds are open to the public for free.