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Norwegian University of Life Sciences | Ås, Norway

Department of Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning

Prof. Deni Ruggeri

Contact person: Prof. Deni Ruggeri

Dr. Deni Ruggeri is Associate Professor and Landscape Architecture Section Leader in the Institute for Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Norway. His research focuses on social dimensions of landscape and urban design. He is particularly interested in the influence landscapes have on people’s place identity and attachment, and in developing new tools and processes for engaging communities in the design of places that are conducive to sustainable lifestyles, physical and mental well-being, ecological health, economic viability, identity, delight, and biophilia.

Deni Ruggeri’s education includes a Ph.D. in Landscape Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley and graduate degrees in both Landscape Architecture and City Planning from Cornell University. He has practiced landscape architecture in California and Colorado, and has international experience in leading community design and visioning processes. Before joining NMBU, Deni has taught in the USA at the University of Oregon and Cornell University.

Project partners

Nürtingen-Geislingen University | Nürtingen, Germany

Dr. Ellen Fetzer

Competence Centre for University Didactics

Contact person: Dr Ellen Fetzer

Ellen Fetzer holds a diploma and a doctoral degree in landscape planning from Kassel University, Germany. Since 2001 she has been working at the school for landscape architecture, environmental and urban planning in Nürtigen (Stuttgart area, Germany). She is primarly coordinating an international master degree in landscape architecture (IMLA). The second focus of her work is in the Centre for University Didactics as an e-learning coordinator. Ellen works a lot in the field of computer-supported collaborative learning and facilitates online seminars in international cooperations. She is vice-president of ECLAS, the European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools.


University of Kassel | Kassel, Germany

Prof. Diedrich Bruns

School of Architecture, Urban and Landscape Planning, Landscape Planning Group, Kassel, Germany

Contact person: Prof. Dr. Diedrich Bruns

Diedrich Bruns is Full Professor and chair of Landscape Planning and Land Use at Kassel University, Germany. He worked in Africa, Asia, North America and on several European projects and has many years of experience in landscape planning practice, teaching and research. Planning methods is his main area of expertise, with a focus on participatory methods, particularly with respect to inclusiveness and early public involvement in landscape decision making. Dr Bruns has published several peer reviewed journal papers, book chapters and books.

Szent István University | Budapest, Hungary

Faculty of Landscape Architecture

Contact person: MSc Orsolya Fekete

Prof. Kristin Faurest

Kristin Faurest

Kristin Faurest is an associate professor of landscape architecture at Szent István University, Budapest, Hungary. For 14 years she has managed her own design firm, Artemisia Landscape Design, specializing in gardens for small urban spaces and special needs populations. Her studies include time spent at the Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew, London, and Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden in Cape Town, South Africa. As of May 2016 she relocates to her native U.S. to become director of a cultural institution at the Portland Japanese Garden in Portland, Oregon.


University of Bologna | Bologna, Italy

Department of Architecture,

Prof. Luigi Bartolomei

Contact person: Prof. Luigi Bartolomei

Luigi Bartolomei, Architectural Engineer, obtained his PhD in Design and Architectural Composition at the University of Bologna with a thesis regarding the Phenomenology of Sacred Space. With this body of reserarch he promoted an analysis of archetypal figures in relation to the contemporary landscape and church architecture. He has worked at the School of Engineering and Architecture of the University of Bologna since 2007 among various roles. Luigi Bartolomei began as a tutor in History of Architecture (AA.2007/08 and 08/09) and later as a contract professor teaching Design and Architectural Composition (AA. 2009/10) and Landscape and Infrastructure Design (AA. 2010/11, 2011/12). The later course resulted in superior work between him and his students and was selected among the best projects regarding infrastructures in Italy by UrbanPromo. He is responsible for the Agreement between the Department of Architecture and FTER-Theological Faculty of Emilia-Romagna and subsequent courses that have derived from this collaborative partnership. He is a collaborator of the “The Journal of Architecture” [Il Giornale dell’Architettura] since 2008, where he has found a place for his architectural critic to be fully expressed. More specifically, Bartolomei was the editor of an investigative report regarding the city of Bologna (January 2012), and on the architecture of churches in the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council (December 2012). In 2009 he won, in collaboration with Prof. Giorgio Praderio, a research project PRIN – Research of Relevant National Interest on the preservation and valorization of the landscape in small towns. Bartolomei is also actively involved with the Commission for Sacred Art and Architecture of Bologna Diocese, since 2008. He is currently responsible for the Project of Census of all Catholic Churches in the territory of Bologna’s Archdiocese (which involves more than 690 buildings). Since 2014 he is the director of “IN_BO, Ricerche e progetti per il territorio, la città e l’architettura”, (IN_BO, Researches and projects on territory, towns and architecture), an open-access and peer-reviewed scientific journal of the Department of Architecture at the University of Bologna.

LE:NOTRE Institute

LE:NOTRE Institute an international foundation based in Wageningen, Netherlands.

Contact person: M.Eng. Anna Szilágyi-Nagy

M. Eng. Anna Szilágyi- Nagy

Anna Szilágyi-Nagy is a Hungarian MSc landscape architect graduated at the HfWU Nürtingen-Geislingen, Germany. As board member of the Le:Notre Institute is in charge of the development of the international certification system in the LED project. In her diploma she focused on collaborative revitalization strategy of the Hosszúréti-creek, emphasizing the role of public involvement and environmental education in the suburb of Budapest. Later she helped to facilitate the community planning process of Normafa Közösen and was a tutor of online courses provided by HfWU Nürtingen-Geislingen. Currently she is working for the Town Hall of Törökbálint to continue to propel creek revitalization process in her community and to smoothen cooperation between private and public sector. She is vice-president of the kultúrAktív Association, an NGO boosting playful tools and methods to support active citizenship and participation in urban life among children, and coordinates the development processes of the live board game Urbanity and the international action based project #playhellocity. She is also a guest lecturer at the Szent István University focusing on storytelling in creekside landscape.


Associate Faculty

Nürtingen-Geislingen University | Nürtingen, Germany

Representative of the School of Landscape Architecture, Environmental and Urban Design:

Prof. Dr. Birgit Kröniger

Birgit Kröninger

Birgit Kröniger is Full Professor of design in landscape architecture at the HfWU Nürtingen since 2014. In 2000 she founded the design firm ver.de landschaftsarchitektur located in Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany, together with two partners. Working interdisciplinary with a team consisting of up to ten landscape architects and students, Birgit and her partners have taken part succesfully in numerous design competitions for open spaces and designed and realized public urban spaces, courtyards and residential neighbourhoods which won several design awards. Birgit holds a diploma in landscape architecture and a doctoral degree from Technische Universität München. She worked for the landscape architect Peter Latz several years before she founded her own firm.

Tutors

Norwegian University of Life Science (NMBU)

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M-LA Tonje Cecile Stordalen

Tonje Cecilie Stordalen is a Ph.D. candidate of Landscape and Society at NMBU. The primary focus of her research is the democratization of everyday landscapes through community participation, and to develop an evaluative framework for assessing the performance of community-based processes. Tonje holds a Master in Landscape Architecture from NMBU. She is passionate about participatory processes inspiring design and is mainly concerned with topics such as historical development, place identity and attachment, equality and right to landscape in a multicultural context.

Nürtingen-Geislingen University

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Irene Jackson Gil

Irene is studying the International Master of Landscape Architecture in the HfWU where is student assistant for the LED program under the supervision of Dr. Ellen Fetzer. She did her bachelor degree in Architecture in the Unversidad Central de Venezuela. Currently she is writing her Master thesis, the topic is Non verbal communication in participatory design.




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Mirsa Gishti

Mirsa is since October 2015 a tutor of LED online course assisting Dr. Ellen Fetzer and participates at the same time at the ERASMUS+ Project ‘Social Entrepreneurship for Local Change’. She is keen on social dimensions of landscape and urban design and as well on developing appropriate means of including disadvantaged social groups. She holds a previous Master Degree in Architecture and Urban Planning from Polytechnic University of Tirana, Albania. Currently she is an IMLA Master student in the 4th semester at Nürtingen-Geislingen University in Germany and she is doing her internship at Faktorgruen in Freiburg (Germany) as landscape architect.

Ivana Lilikj

Ivana Lilikj is currently enrolled in the IMLA (International Master of Landscape Architecture) at Nürtingen-Geislingen University, Germany in the last semester, working on a Master Thesis: Green Infrastructure potentials for Ohrid region. Under the supervision of Dr. Ellen Fetzer she is student assistant in the LED online seminar. She holds a Bachelor diploma at the Faculty of Architecture and Society at Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Ivana is interested in transboundary/international collaborations in the context of design/planning ranging from theory to practice.


University of Kassel

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Sophie Bittner

Sophie is a master student in landscape planning at the University of Kassel. She works at Prof. Diedrich Bruns chair landscape planning and land use as his student assistant for LED. In the year 2015 she studied one semester at the NMBU in Norway as an Erasmus student. At the moment she writes her master thesis, where participation as a democratic aspect is a great issue as well.


University of Bologna

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Federica Fuligini

Federica Fuligni is a master student in Architecture and Building Engineering at the University of Bologna, Italy, and she is assisting Prof. Luigi Bartolomei in the LED project. Within the Erasmus+ program she studied at the Technical University in Munich and at the Wroclaw University of Technology. Federica is engaged to architecture as a social problem and is currently developing her master thesis about how co-housing could support integration and guarantee dignity in disadvantaged situations.

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