Farrer Huxley

Rosalie De Lisle | Landscape Architect

Rosalie believes that socially sensitive and ecologically balanced landscapes are powerful ways to promote healthy lifestyles. She is interested in how place sensitive design can alter perceptions, improve day-to-day living and create exceptional, one-off experiences.

 
Portrait by Clare Elliott.

Portrait by Clare Elliott.

 

Rosalie De Lisle

Landscape Architect

Rosalie believes that socially sensitive and ecologically balanced landscapes are powerful ways to promote healthy lifestyles. She is interested in how place sensitive design can alter perceptions, improve day-to-day living and create exceptional, one-off experiences.

Originally educated as a Biologist, Rosalie subsequently trained as a landscape architect, carrying an ecological and systematic approach into design. She was attracted by the industry’s collaborative, pragmatic and creative approaches to solving deep rooted social and environmental problems.

Rosalie enjoys tending to her high maintenance house plants and growing things on her allotment. She’s happiest exploring snow-capped, forested and meadow draped mountains.


2015–2017 
PG Dip - Landscape Architecture, University of Sheffield

2014
BTEC Level 1 - Garden Art and Design, Capel Manor College

2010–2013
BSc - Biology, University of Bristol (2:1)