Koch Garden is a functionalistic garden built as an ensemble with Koch Sanatorium in Bratislava in 1930-1932. Unlike the private Sanatorium, Koch Garden is a state property and is currently in a state of disrepair, what is consequence of decades of insufficient maintenance and almost ten years without any maintenance at all. This thesis, based on previous researches and own terrain survey, graphically displays the results of the research and points out the architectural, historic and dendrologic values of the Koch Garden. Further, interests and demands placed upon Garden by relevant professionals and persons interested in maintaining Koch Garden are collected and reviewed. As a result, adequate reconstruction and conservation approaches are designated, concerning both the architectural monuments and the vegetation of the Garden; interventions for the particular elements are proposed; and a solution to the complicated ownership situation is drafted, all aiming to restore and preserve the unique values of Koch Garden.