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Core Team

Core Team

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Joana Ferro

Landscape architect at Arup


Jo wants to see policy & words turned into action, particularly the UN Sustainable Development Goals. She is motivated by wanting to use landscape architecture to tackle the global challenges and setting strategies to make them happen. Jo arranges HLC’s research activities, has written for the Landscape Journal, engages with related organisations and adds a creative flair to our graphic communication.

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Rhys Jones

Landscape architect at LUC and studying Environment & Sustainable Development at UCL


Rhys believes there’s an overlap between the landscape and humanitarian & development sectors that hasn’t yet been formalised and sees it as his career goal to make it happen. Rhys communicates with HLC’s network, arranges research activities and reaches out to other industries.



Over 150 built environment professionals, academics and NGOs, including:

Giuliana Galasso

Assael Architecture

Saja Al-Rifaie

Landscape architect interested in humanitarian shelter

Grace Ruddick

Landscape Architect, Robert Bray Associates

Dr Clare Rishbeth

Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Sheffield

Oana Baloi


Lionel Fanshawe FLI

Director, The terra firma Consultancy

Emergent Vernacular Architecture (EVA Studio)

Multidisciplinary research and design practice


Architectural Design & Construction Social Enterprise

Nikolett Puskás

University College London: Institute for Global Prosperity; Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose

Jack Campbell Clause

Kounkuey Design Initiative

Danielle Antonellis

Founder & Executive Director, Kindling

Sam Dindi

Mazingira Yetu



We're always looking to welcome new members to our network and connect with those who share our vision. We're looking to expand our resource library and hear of new ideas & related to humanitarian landscape architecture.

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