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File:ERNESTO.jpg|'''Ernesto Antonini, Project Coordinator:''' Full Professor of Technology for Architecture at University of Bologna, Department of Artchitecture, since 2016 Graduated in Architecture at IUAV, Venice (1984), PhD in Technologies for Architecture (Rome "La Sapienza" University, 1991), Head of R&D  Dept. of Qua.S.CO., Bologna (Italy) 1993-2001. Appointed as Professor of Building Technologies and Building Process Management at IUAV School of Architecture, Venice (Italy) from 1998 to 2001. Associate Professor of Technology for Architecture at Bologna University, Dept. of Architecture, since 2005 until December 2015. As a researcher and then as a senior scientist he participated in several research projects funded by both National and European Programs, mainly focused on innovation in building techniques, materials and components as well as on new tools and equipment for the building process and, lately, on recycling of construction & demolition waste and sustainable architecture. He is chartered Expert Evaluator of the Italian Ministry for University and Research, the Italian Ministry for Economic Development as well as for the Regional Government of Toscana, Marche and Veneto. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "The LED2LEAP project is an opportunity to re-found landscape, turning it into a tool and a result of a more democratic, participatory and sustainable society. This kind of landscape requires a new kind of designer that we hope to help train with this project. Many times we celebrate our historical Italian or even European landscape to which we are certainly fond of, which are part of our roots. However, these landscapes are often and for the most part the result of authoritarian and oligarchic governments of the past, images of top-down politics and processes. With the LED2LEAP project, we are not only at the foundation of a new designer but equally of a new aesthetic of the landscape, an image of participatory, community, sharing and democratic processes."
 
File:ERNESTO.jpg|'''Ernesto Antonini, Project Coordinator:''' Full Professor of Technology for Architecture at University of Bologna, Department of Artchitecture, since 2016 Graduated in Architecture at IUAV, Venice (1984), PhD in Technologies for Architecture (Rome "La Sapienza" University, 1991), Head of R&D  Dept. of Qua.S.CO., Bologna (Italy) 1993-2001. Appointed as Professor of Building Technologies and Building Process Management at IUAV School of Architecture, Venice (Italy) from 1998 to 2001. Associate Professor of Technology for Architecture at Bologna University, Dept. of Architecture, since 2005 until December 2015. As a researcher and then as a senior scientist he participated in several research projects funded by both National and European Programs, mainly focused on innovation in building techniques, materials and components as well as on new tools and equipment for the building process and, lately, on recycling of construction & demolition waste and sustainable architecture. He is chartered Expert Evaluator of the Italian Ministry for University and Research, the Italian Ministry for Economic Development as well as for the Regional Government of Toscana, Marche and Veneto. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "The LED2LEAP project is an opportunity to re-found landscape, turning it into a tool and a result of a more democratic, participatory and sustainable society. This kind of landscape requires a new kind of designer that we hope to help train with this project. Many times we celebrate our historical Italian or even European landscape to which we are certainly fond of, which are part of our roots. However, these landscapes are often and for the most part the result of authoritarian and oligarchic governments of the past, images of top-down politics and processes. With the LED2LEAP project, we are not only at the foundation of a new designer but equally of a new aesthetic of the landscape, an image of participatory, community, sharing and democratic processes."
File:ANDREA.jpg|'''Luigi Bartolomei, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
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File:PLACEHOLDER.jpg|'''Luigi Bartolomei, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
 
File:ANDREA.jpg|'''Andrea Conti, Project Coordinator:''' Andrea Conti is a PhD candidate of the department of Urban and Rural Development at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. His research interests draw from the field of design theory, addressing design education and design processes as a way to create knowledge. Andrea studied Engineering of Building and Urban System at the University of Bologna. He received his Master’s Degree after an exchange study program at the University of Oregon, where he studied cycling mobility systems at the department of Landscape Architecture. Since his graduation in 2014, he has collaborated with design studios and municipalities in Italy, working as freelancer in urban mobility design projects. From 2014 to 2016, he collaborated as a tutor in design studio courses at the School of Engineering in Ravenna of the University of Bologna. Since 2018, he is editor of the journal IN_BO – Research and projects on territories, cities and architectures. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "Working with LED2LEAP brings new perspectives in the ways design is taught, and carried out, today. I believe that LED2LEAP offers opportunities for improving the education of both future practitioners and communities, assuring a radical change in the current design curricula."
 
File:ANDREA.jpg|'''Andrea Conti, Project Coordinator:''' Andrea Conti is a PhD candidate of the department of Urban and Rural Development at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. His research interests draw from the field of design theory, addressing design education and design processes as a way to create knowledge. Andrea studied Engineering of Building and Urban System at the University of Bologna. He received his Master’s Degree after an exchange study program at the University of Oregon, where he studied cycling mobility systems at the department of Landscape Architecture. Since his graduation in 2014, he has collaborated with design studios and municipalities in Italy, working as freelancer in urban mobility design projects. From 2014 to 2016, he collaborated as a tutor in design studio courses at the School of Engineering in Ravenna of the University of Bologna. Since 2018, he is editor of the journal IN_BO – Research and projects on territories, cities and architectures. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "Working with LED2LEAP brings new perspectives in the ways design is taught, and carried out, today. I believe that LED2LEAP offers opportunities for improving the education of both future practitioners and communities, assuring a radical change in the current design curricula."
 
File:JUAN.jpg|'''Juan Crous, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
 
File:JUAN.jpg|'''Juan Crous, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
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File:ELLEN.jpg|'''Ellen Fetzer, Project Coordinator:''' Ellen Fetzer holds a diploma and a doctoral degree in landscape planning from Kassel University, Germany. At Nürtingen-Geislingen University she is primarily coordinating the international masters in landscape architecture (IMLA, www.imla-campus.eu). Her second focus is on computer supported collaborative learning. Ellen is currently president of ECLAS (www.eclas.org), the European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools.      '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "I hope that the LED2LEAP living labs will promote sustainable landscape development here in Nürtingen at the neighbourhood level. The labs should bring us as academics closer to our local community. I hope that this will develop into a mutually beneficial and balanced partnership."
 
File:ELLEN.jpg|'''Ellen Fetzer, Project Coordinator:''' Ellen Fetzer holds a diploma and a doctoral degree in landscape planning from Kassel University, Germany. At Nürtingen-Geislingen University she is primarily coordinating the international masters in landscape architecture (IMLA, www.imla-campus.eu). Her second focus is on computer supported collaborative learning. Ellen is currently president of ECLAS (www.eclas.org), the European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools.      '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "I hope that the LED2LEAP living labs will promote sustainable landscape development here in Nürtingen at the neighbourhood level. The labs should bring us as academics closer to our local community. I hope that this will develop into a mutually beneficial and balanced partnership."
 
File:ESTER_1.jpg|'''Eszter Jakis, Project Coordinator:''' PhD student in landscape architecture. Her research topic is about the role of school grounds in environmental education. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "I believe that promoting landscape democracy can help society to understand better their environments as well as to take their future in their hands. Being part of this makes me really enthusiastic!" 
 
File:ESTER_1.jpg|'''Eszter Jakis, Project Coordinator:''' PhD student in landscape architecture. Her research topic is about the role of school grounds in environmental education. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "I believe that promoting landscape democracy can help society to understand better their environments as well as to take their future in their hands. Being part of this makes me really enthusiastic!" 
File:ANDREA.jpg|'''Thomas Oles, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
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File:PLACEHOLDER.jpg|'''Thomas Oles, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
File:ANDREA.jpg|'''Nicolas Reibel, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
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File:PLACEHOLDER.jpg|'''Nicolas Reibel, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
File:ANDREA.jpg|'''Anita Reith, Project Coordinator:''' Anita Reith is a freelancer landscape architect and a PhD student at Szent Istvan University of Budapest. She met the idea of participatory planning first at Kristin Faurest’s lecture. Since that she started to explore more and more of the topic. With an international scholarship she had the chance to work in Canada for an architectural firm who is specialized in participatory planning and community-oriented design. Her Master thesis was based on the Canadian experience – a showcase of the Canadian process application in Hungary. Anita have received several recognitions – from the Hungarian Architectural Association, the Hungarian Urbanist Association and in 2016 Anita won the competition for the Junior Landscape Architect of the Year. Her doctoral research is also related to landscape democracy and the LED2LEAP project. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' Her PhD research topic is public spaces in lovable and livable cities and how the participation process can change the stories that we have with our environment. The LED2LEAP Hungarian Living Lab will be more focused on the kids perception which is very important as they are the next generation citizens and users of our public spaces.
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File:PLACEHOLDER.jpg|'''Anita Reith, Project Coordinator:''' Anita Reith is a freelancer landscape architect and a PhD student at Szent Istvan University of Budapest. She met the idea of participatory planning first at Kristin Faurest’s lecture. Since that she started to explore more and more of the topic. With an international scholarship she had the chance to work in Canada for an architectural firm who is specialized in participatory planning and community-oriented design. Her Master thesis was based on the Canadian experience – a showcase of the Canadian process application in Hungary. Anita have received several recognitions – from the Hungarian Architectural Association, the Hungarian Urbanist Association and in 2016 Anita won the competition for the Junior Landscape Architect of the Year. Her doctoral research is also related to landscape democracy and the LED2LEAP project. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' Her PhD research topic is public spaces in lovable and livable cities and how the participation process can change the stories that we have with our environment. The LED2LEAP Hungarian Living Lab will be more focused on the kids perception which is very important as they are the next generation citizens and users of our public spaces.
File:ANDREA.jpg|'''Deni Ruggeri, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
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File:PLACEHOLDER.jpg|'''Deni Ruggeri, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
 
File:IVETT.jpg|'''Ivett Szabo-Szeles, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
 
File:IVETT.jpg|'''Ivett Szabo-Szeles, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
 
File:ANNA.jpg|'''Anna Szilagi-Nagy, Project Coordinator:''' Anna Szilágyi-Nagy is an MSc landscape architect with a professional interest is to promote playful and creative practices that engage communities with urban planning. She is passionate about youth empowerment and as vice-president of the kultúrAktív Egyesület, a Hungarian NGO that fosters built environment education for children, she coordinates projects that encourage young people to actively shape their environment. She proudly coordinates the development process of the live board game ‘Urbanity’ and urban activism game ‘Playhellocity’. As a PhD student at the University of Tubingen, she researches about the transformation of landscape democracy practices through games. As a board member of the LE:NOTRE Institute, she is interested in linking landscape democracy to the education, research and practice of landscape architecture on local and international level. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' “I have been experiencing incredible transformation processes during the LED project: personal and professional development of all the participants involved, the birth and development of ideas, joint actions to improve the life of the local communities. I can't wait to see what we are able to do when we partner up for three years. I wish for a truly enriching experience that is beneficial for all the partners involved.”
 
File:ANNA.jpg|'''Anna Szilagi-Nagy, Project Coordinator:''' Anna Szilágyi-Nagy is an MSc landscape architect with a professional interest is to promote playful and creative practices that engage communities with urban planning. She is passionate about youth empowerment and as vice-president of the kultúrAktív Egyesület, a Hungarian NGO that fosters built environment education for children, she coordinates projects that encourage young people to actively shape their environment. She proudly coordinates the development process of the live board game ‘Urbanity’ and urban activism game ‘Playhellocity’. As a PhD student at the University of Tubingen, she researches about the transformation of landscape democracy practices through games. As a board member of the LE:NOTRE Institute, she is interested in linking landscape democracy to the education, research and practice of landscape architecture on local and international level. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' “I have been experiencing incredible transformation processes during the LED project: personal and professional development of all the participants involved, the birth and development of ideas, joint actions to improve the life of the local communities. I can't wait to see what we are able to do when we partner up for three years. I wish for a truly enriching experience that is beneficial for all the partners involved.”

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The LED2LEAP project team at the international meeting in Bologna, October 2019.


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