licenced landscape architect
Head of the Department of Landscape Architecture
He has been working at the Department of Landscape Architecture, FAPPZ ČZU in Prague since 2000. He is an expert in the field of garden and landscape architecture with more than 30 years of experience.
Among his most important works is the gradual revitalization of the Riegrovy sady park in Prague 2, which is based on his overall revitalization study. The implementation of the Riegrovy sady park took place between 2011 and 2023 according to the implementation project of Matouš Jebavý. His other important projects include the Pedestrian zone in Jiráskova Street, leading through the historical centre of Slatiňany, from 1998 or the new Park Chmelnice in Přeštice from 2010-11, The Monument to Benedikt Roezel on Charles Square in Prague from 2017, which received the highest possible AMX rating within the RUV system as a work of art of international significance. In 2018, the reconstruction of The monument to the Victims of World War I and World War II on the square in Prague - Zbraslav took place. His landscape projects include, for example, the vegetation landscaping of a part of the D 11 motorway to Hradec Králové with an ecoduct or the landscaping of the newly designed Navigation channel on the Elbe River in Přelouč. The portfolio of projects developed by him includes about 120 landscape and public space projects and 150 projects and private gardens.
Matouš Jebavý regularly lectures and publishes, and is co-author of three monographs. At the Department of Garden and Landscape Architecture, FAPPZ ČZU in Prague, he supervises and leads two studios - "Studio B4 - Family Garden" and "Studio M3 - Park, Recreation Area", lectures the course "Systems of Settlement Greenery" within the Mgr. degree, supervises the courses "Studio M1 - Square, Small Park" . He is also a guarantor and lecturer of the course "Landscape Architecture" within the doctoral degree program.
Matouš Jebavý supervises bachelor's, diploma and doctoral theses and regularly holds exhibitions of student works created within the framework of studio teaching at the Department of Landscape Architecture. His diploma theses have been awarded several times in competitions of scientific professional activities of the FAPPZ ČZU in Prague, and his graduates regularly participate in shows of diploma theses of all schools of architecture in the Czech Republic, which is organized by the Czech Chamber of Architects.