Eugenia is an award-winning landscape architect and designer. She has over 20 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. Her particular expertise is in leading large projects with multi-stakeholder teams for public realm, residential, corporate and commercial developments.
Eugenia is interested in the integration of landscape and architecture, and the role landscape architecture and public realm can play in increasing social interaction and creating sustainable communities. Each scheme she has designed responds to its location and ‘genius loci’ of the place, giving a space a character of its own. 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 leads to ‘people-focused’ designs that are well-used and well-loved.
She has experience working with central London planning authorities, TfL, Crossrail, Network Rail, UK and international private developers and community organisations, on transformational projects across the globe.
Eugenia has designed and delivered several landmark projects known for their high quality landscape. These include the new Cambridge Biomedical Campus, the award-winning West King Street Renewal scheme in collaboration with RSH+P, the multi-phased Convoys Wharf masterplan, 141 Varshavskoe Shosse in Moscow, ATRIO Bogotá in Colombia, the new Westfield Milan, 30 Bay Street in Toronto, the recently completed Kensington Building in RBKC, and multiple Berkeley Group schemes, including Bermondsey Place Phase 2, Lea Bridge Gasworks and The Eight Gardens.