Günther Vogt was born 1957 in Liechtenstein. After learning gardening at the Gartenbauschule Oeschbert in Switzerland he studied landscape architecture at the Interkantonales Technikum Rapperswil. Since 2000 he leads the Vogt Landschaftsarchitekten, a landscape architecture studio with offices in Zurich, Berlin and London. He is a professor for landscape architecture at the ETH Zurich since 2005. He has worked with renowned people of design and architecture like Olafur Eliasson and Herzog & de Meuron architects and won many awards, for example the Prix Meret Oppenheim of the federal office for culture.