Coming from a family counting several generations of landscape architects, Andras Jambor enters the Faculty of Landscape Architecture of the University Corvinus of Budapest in 1993. After one year spent in the USA as an exchange student he obtains his diploma in 1999. Following a first journey to Paris in 1999, he decides to apply for a scholarship of the French Government which he successfully obtains for the year 2000/2001. He attends the cursus of Master Degree (DEA) ‘Gardens, Landscapes, Territories’ at the School of Architecture of Paris La Villette. His tutor is the philosopher Alain Roger. The following year he attends another cursus of Master Degree, the DESS ‘Historical Gardens, Heritage and Landscape’ in the National School of Architecture of Versailles, with the historian Monique Mosser as his tutor. The more and more Paris becomes his city of predilection.

He enters TN plus in 2001. Soon he obtains the responsibility of large projects, mainly garden design, various both in scale and sense. Among others, he is the project manager of the New ZOO of Paris-Vincennes, the Garden of the King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah and the ZOO of Saint Petersburg. He seeks for inspiration voluntary outside of the “strictly professional field of landscape architecture”, resourcing from the world of contemporary art, architecture, the cinema or the dance.

He becomes Head of Public Space Design in the begining of 2019.