Amandine has a highly sensitive graphic approach, bringing schemes to life through delicate, engaging imagery that depicts design concepts in a clear and atmospheric way.
She is interested in the integration of natural systems into urban spaces and the use of sustainable ecosystems to build more resilient landscapes.
Before joining Farrer Huxley, Amandine completed a landscape architecture internship in Spain and had various voluntary roles for community gardens and permaculture projects.
Amandine enjoys cycling, food (both cooking and enjoying) and travel.
MSc - Landscape Architecture, Edinburgh University
BA - Landscape Architecture, Edinburgh University
Dip of Art Foundation - Loughborough University