On landscape architecture


Landscape architecture as a practice draws its roots in multi-disciplinary soils of geography, ecology, architecture, sociology and art. My interest and passion for the field lies here tightly, in the variety of scales as well as of different cultural and geographic contexts that meet within the different sites and their users.


Starting with careful observation and analysis, continuing with sensitive exploration of possibilities and synthesis, my goal is to find design solutions that are always in relationship with a respect of tradition and local as well as with the appreciation of the contemporary – as opposed to blank cosmetic outcomes.


It is important for me to emphasize through the work the atmosphere or the luring character of the place, let it be urban or rural settings – in tune with the cultural and environmental sensitivities that are at play. These matters have a strong, research backed  connection to the wellbeing of the individual as well as wider communities.