After finishing a Bachelor in Landscape architecture and a Bachelor Landscape Development at the University College Ghent, Belgium, I moved to Germany. Here I’m currently based for my International Master in Landscape architecture (IMLA).
I’m an active member from the European Landscape Architecture Student Association (ELASA), where I became Belgian Representative from last year.
My master program in combination with my ELASA commitment made the European landscape and its diversity my field of interest.
Themes that are fascinating me strongly are Spatial Adaptation and Landscape Perception.