Living Landscapes is an landart and landscape architecture practice that focuses on self-generating, sustainable, and biodiverse environments.

The practise works on climate adaptive landscapes, strategic planning, and art interventions in public space.

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Living Landscapes selected for Young Innovators program

Living Landscapes is selected for the Young Innovators Program of the board of government advisors (atelier Rijksbouwmeesters). We will work on a strategy for 1000 ha of new forest for the province of South Holland.  

Resident at Sundaymorning@ekwc

From April till June Mirte van Laarhoven will be part of the Sundaymorning@ekwc residency program. She will develop a series of habitat elements. Functional sculptures to live in or on. These elements will consist out of tree trunks with a ceramic topping.  

Talent development video portrait

    Short video portrait about my work, as part of the talent development program by Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie. ‘I suggest small interventions which influence systems on a large scale. Those small interventions not only make the landscape more accessible for human visits, but also stimulate biodiversity.’  

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