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File:PLACEHOLDER.jpg|'''Nicolas Reibel, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
 
File:PLACEHOLDER.jpg|'''Nicolas Reibel, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
 
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: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:PLACEHOLDER.jpg|'''Deni Ruggeri, Project Coordinator:''' Text '''PROJECT STATEMENT'''.
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File:Deni.JPG|'''Deni Ruggeri, Project Coordinator:''' 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 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: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.”
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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''' “text.”
 
File:JEROEN.jpg|'''Jeroen de Vries, Project Coordinator:''' Jeroen de Vries (1953) is a landscape architect with a mission to foster the professional and academic quality of the discipline. Combines vision and innovation with management and sustainable support of organisations. In groups and projects acting as the driving force: structuring, organising discussion, guiding decision making, supporting his colleagues, and editing and implementing the outcomes. He drew up many strategic plans for green areas for cities in collaboration with local stakeholders. Graduated as a landscape architect of Wageningen University with a specialisation in landscape design and ecology. Worked at the DG Group and a teacher and researcher at HVHL University of Applied Science. Jeroen supports landscape architecture on a national and European level. He was one of the main authors of the ECLAS Guidelines for Landscape architecture (2010). In 2017 and 2018 he worked on the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership EULAND21 project to develop elaborate and update the ECLAS Guidance into a set of learning lines for landscape architecture education. Currently he is on the advisory board of the DG Group and Director Researcher of the LE:NOTRE Institute. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "The LED2LEAP project is essential for empowerment of local stakeholders to improve and adjust their environment to their own needs. I am very motivated to support that higher education and NGO’s join forces and develop tools for co-creation and co-production of landscapes."
 
File:JEROEN.jpg|'''Jeroen de Vries, Project Coordinator:''' Jeroen de Vries (1953) is a landscape architect with a mission to foster the professional and academic quality of the discipline. Combines vision and innovation with management and sustainable support of organisations. In groups and projects acting as the driving force: structuring, organising discussion, guiding decision making, supporting his colleagues, and editing and implementing the outcomes. He drew up many strategic plans for green areas for cities in collaboration with local stakeholders. Graduated as a landscape architect of Wageningen University with a specialisation in landscape design and ecology. Worked at the DG Group and a teacher and researcher at HVHL University of Applied Science. Jeroen supports landscape architecture on a national and European level. He was one of the main authors of the ECLAS Guidelines for Landscape architecture (2010). In 2017 and 2018 he worked on the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership EULAND21 project to develop elaborate and update the ECLAS Guidance into a set of learning lines for landscape architecture education. Currently he is on the advisory board of the DG Group and Director Researcher of the LE:NOTRE Institute. '''PROJECT STATEMENT''' "The LED2LEAP project is essential for empowerment of local stakeholders to improve and adjust their environment to their own needs. I am very motivated to support that higher education and NGO’s join forces and develop tools for co-creation and co-production of landscapes."
 
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Revision as of 23:21, 4 March 2020

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


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