Farrer Huxley Associates

Rosalie Delisle


Rosalie de Lisle

Landscape Architect


For Rosalie, socially sensitive and ecologically balanced landscapes can become powerful ways to promote healthy lifestyles and dynamic environments. Originally educated as a biologist, Rosalie took an interest in Landscape Architecture, attracted by the cross-disciplinary approach, the implementation of tangible solutions and the potential to apply new knowledge to ingrained problems. Carrying over an ecological and systematic approach to design, she takes a keen interest in how place-sensitive design can alter perceptions, improve day-to-day living and create exceptional, one-off experiences.

She is driven to create projects that are equally as strong in concept and masterplan, as they are in planting palette and materiality.


2015 – 2017 | Post-Graduate Diploma, Landscape Architecture, University of Sheffield

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

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


Key projects:

Winstanley and York Road Estate Regeneration, London
Meanwhile and Community Engagement, RIBA Stage 2

Hammerson House, London
Residential Care (Conservation Area), RIBA Stages 2-6