Landscape architecte, Founder
Emma is passionate about plants and the way they can influence our well-being and our daily life, when their location is well thought out.
A graduate of HEPIA (Haute École du Paysage, d’Ingénieurie et d’Architecture de Genève) and Lullier (École d’Horticulture de Genève), Emma deepened her knowledge by working 4 years in London with Sara Jane Rothwell. There, she explored the secrets of the “English garden”, as well as perfecting her skills at the Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew, where she obtained her “Planting Design Diploma” from the London College of Garden Design, under the supervision of Andrew Fisher Tomlin.
Specialising in the use of plants, Emma set up her landscape architecture business in 2019. Since then, she continues to hone her skills daily by designing and collaborating on private and public projects of varying scales.