The densification of the Settelen site in Basel St. Johann frames 2.500 m2 of open spaces composed of a courtyard and an enclosed garden.
Based on a thorough participative work with the community and collaborative workshops, this urban study seeks the emergence of an emancipated kind of urbanity.
The suburban housing development in Windisch (AG) includes a shared courtyard and is surrounded by a garden strip conceived as a quiet, private retreat.
The landscape of the housing cooperative Lyse-Lotte consists of a garden of 500 m2 within the new district of Lysbüchel Süd in Basel.
The urban study VoltaNord in Basel addresses the transformation of a 9 ha industrial area into a lively neighborhood with a cluster of new open spaces counting a central square, a linear park, new streets and courtyards.
The “Place Jardin” is composed of a soft core and an active frame, a 4.000 m2 central public space within the new Volta Nord district in Basel.
Terra Incognita displays a speculative city model whose built fabric is taken over by pioneer plants, questioning Basel’s urban growth and its imminent challenges in term of ecology, biodiversity and climate change.
A kiosk shaded by a leafy canopy and a walkway hosting an endangered flora along the marina’s shore are the two defining atmospheres of a new promenade along Lake Zürich.
Dreieck Klybeck is a 2 ha bottom-up urban study in Basel commissioned by the housing cooperative WG Klybeck.
The Parliament of Plants challenges the belief that matter and intelligence should be dissociated, regarding nature as more than a mere commodity.
Gentle interventions on the layout of the historical Lohnhof garden in Basel’s old town aim at implementing the site amenities and vegetation palette.
Queerness in nature can be found everywhere. This ongoing investigation explores the little known, disregarded, and rare intimate behaviour of the botanical world.
The installation in the international university campus in Paris displays a cabinet of curiosities favouring a non-compliant aesthetic.
This proposal for the terraces of the university library of Belval in Luxembourg plays with the syntax of the garden.