Li believes in making a better place for people by preserving the ecological integrity of the environment. Having studied both Horticulture/garden design and landscape architecture, and worked in wide range of public and private project worldwide for 4 years, she is aiming to become a chartered landscape architect in 2017.
Li joined FHA at beginning of 2017, she has already involved in a few lively and loved spaces for local communities, including Garret Lane in South London; Ashbridge, an early stage feasibility study which aimed to created safer access to schools and green space within areas of deficiency. Her approach is always informed by an intimate understanding of how people live, and how they interact with the natural world around them. This helps her to unlock design solutions that solve real community needs.
Her public sector focus at FHA is complimented by her prior experience at Randle Siddeley, where she worked as a Landscape Architect across a global portfolio of private clients.
Li loves to get out of the city: she likes to run, hike or simply spend time in the great outdoors, as well as going to museums and galleries.
2012-2013 | MA Landscape Architecture, University of Greenwich
2017 | Chartered Member of the Landscape (CMLI)