I am an architect and landscape architect with six years’ international experience in public realm and urban development.
Before joining LDA Design, I worked with landscape and planning practices in Barcelona, Paris and Geneva. This gave me a broad understanding of different design approaches. I was involved in public realm projects from concept design to construction, and in strategic masterplanning, working with people, organisations and communities to create inviting public realm.
I joined LDA Design in 2019, and am working on the IDRM Research Campus in Oxford and a sustainable urban extension for Rushden.
In my spare time I love exploring the countryside, enjoying the company of friends and family and travelling around the world.
The walk up to Acropolis Hill in Athens, my hometown, for its history and meaning.
Tanizaki’s 'In Praise of Shadows' and Murakami’s 'The Elephant Vanishes', while preparing for my next trip to Japan.
James Corner, for his landscape urbanism theory and his portfolio of built landscapes.