Water Inclusive Guidelines Curaçao. ©LILA Living Landscapes
Fashion Village Bandung I Sustainable transformation of textile producing Industrial Kampung
Land InZicht / Land InSight | An architectural exploration of the Dutch cultural landscape
Historical Green and Waterstructures of Middelharnis and Sommelsdijk | Pleasure Garden of Middelharnis
Fashion Village Production Garden
Fashion Village Bandung I Fieldwork at community driven waterplant
Land InZicht / Land InSight | An architectural exploration of the Dutch cultural landscape
Heritage and Nature Based Water Sensitive Planning Approach for Curaçao
European Interregional project Functional Green | Cross border knowledge sharing on green urban transformation
THIRSTY CITIES | View of the Brouwerskolk, a waterbody that provided water for the brewers of the city of Haarlem, the area is today part of a nature reserve
Fashion Village Bandung I Farmer on rice paddy in the Industrial Kampung of Bandung
Lijnen in het Landschap | Lines in the Landscape | View over the slikken of Grevelingen lake
Thirsty Cities | Fieldwork Subak System Bali
Heritage and Nature Based Water Sensitive Planning Approach for Curaçao

LILA Living Landscapes works on research, design and strategies for green healthy cities and landscapes. LILA has a special focus and expertise in co-creative green healthy city development, (re-)creating value for sensitive cultural and heritage landscapes, water systems and ecology.

As a landscape researcher and designer I work on research, strategies and design for healthy cities and landscapes with a special focus on (historical) water systems

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