Johanna is a Landscape Architect and Urban Designer based in Brussels and Copenhagen. She studied at TU Berlin, University of Copenhagen and the Royal Danish Academy where she developed her interest in architecture for and of the more-than-human. Her work relates contexts that are always much bigger than us to imagine spaces of more distributed agency.
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TU Berlin B. Sc. in Landscape Architecture
KADK M. A. in Landscape Architecture
KU Cand.hort.arch. Landscape and Urban Design
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Study Scholarship
Summer school with No image in Berlin in Germany. Explorations of the expansive potential of Berlin’s periphery and investigations into how the various interactions of space, development and infrastructure can be geared towards an urban expansion model that enhances both the city of today and the city of tomorrow.
Tutors: 51N4E/ Brussels, c/o now/Berlin, studio grau/Paris
Workshop in the self-organized occupation of Solano Trindade in Duque de Caxias in the metropolitan region of Rio de Janeiro. Testing collaborative forms of working and producing urban spaces between scientists, decision-makers, students and civil society.
Tutors: prof. Undine Giseke, Prof. Luciana Andrade, Prof. Michael Pyrtula, Toni Karge, Dr. Juliana Canedo, Dr. Kathrin Wieck
Summer School Karl Förster
Summer school organised by Karl Foerster Foundation on perennial plants as integrative design elements.
Tutors: Prof. Swanthje Duthweiler, Prof. Cassian Schmidt, Jonas Reif
University of Copenhagen
Section for Landscape Architecture