Eugenia Grilli is a Partner and award-winning landscape architect and designer with over 18 years UK and International experience in the design and delivery of high-quality public realms and landscapes for a wide range of clients and development types. She has a particular expertise in leading large projects with multi-stakeholder teams for public realm, residential, corporate and commercial developments.
Eugenia has a keen interest in the integration of landscape and architecture and the role landscape design and public realm can play in increasing social interaction and create sustainable communities. Her academic background supports this
interest, having gained a degree in architecture from the University of Florence and a Master's in Landscape Architecture from the University of Greenwich.
She has used her architectural knowledge and passion for contemporary design to deliver a range of pioneering public realm projects. Her detailed understanding of people, cities and movement has allowed her to develop ‘people-focused’ schemes that are well-used and well-loved. ,
She is responsible for the delivery of several landmark projects known for their high quality landscape, such as the new Cambridge Biomedical Campus, 141 Varshavskoe Shosse in Moscow, 94-98 St Alban’s Road in London, ATRIO Bogotá in Colombia, and the 30 Bay Street public realm scheme in Toronto.
Eugenia has been responsible for growing Gillespies’ Russian portfolio and has managed the design of over 15 mixed-use schemes in central Moscow, where inclusive landscape design, public realm, new parks and playability have been key to the developments success and creation of new, vibrant communities. This expertise has led to Eugenia delivering a number of high-level design manuals that focus on high-quality residential and public realm design in Russia.