Rosalie de Lisle
Assistant 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