Atelier ZA'ATAR

Exploring living relationships with plants and landscape

The Atelier was born from the meeting of our curiosities and approaches towards plants and landscapes. Both having roots around the Mediterranean, we chose to name the home of our explorations after Za’atar. Za’atar is a flavorful spice mix, loved and disputed all around the Mediterranean and the Middle East. It is made of sesame, sumac, salt and wild herb going from thyme to oregano or even hyssop according to place.

Anna Lena Hahn is curious how hospitable landscapes and gardens form and develop.  She works both on the ground and  researches in the form of a doctorate.

Titiane Haton dedicates her attention to the wild plants of the Lot valley and offers to share this exploration with people of all ages and backgrounds.