Living Landscapes is a landscape architecture and design firm that focuses on self-generating, sustainable, and biodiverse environments.

The practise works on climate adaptive landscapes, strategic planning, and land art interventions.


Frozen Forest finalist in Biesbosch competition

The project ‘Frozen Forest’ is selected for the final competition phase. Coming weeks we will bring our design for a Biesbosch inspired installation a step further, as part of the Baanhoekweg Art competition in Dordrecht. Frozen Forest is a collaboration between Living Landscapes and Bruno Vermeersch.

Underwater Forest in Het Financieele Dagblad

What will the Netherlands look like in 100 years? Climate change, a rising sea level and more water coming down our rivers force us to continuously implement more innovative ways to deal with water. This graphic article shares different examples of projects that are already shaping the resilient future of the Nederlands. Article by Jorris Verboon, assigned by newspaper FD

Groene Regenpijp selected for second phase

The project ‘Groene Regenpijp’ is selected for the second phase of the stipendia program ‘Fresh Perspectives‘ of the Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie. This product will function as a climate adaptive rainwater solution on urban facades.