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.


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.’  

Book on Bio Inspired Innovation

Yesterday the book Zo kan het ook, by Jaco Appelman, Mireille Langendijk and Anoek van der Leest is launched. A positive story about how we can align our systems better with our planet, by taking natures examples as an inspiration. Click to read Living Landscapes contribution to the publication.  

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.


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