Nicole de Lalouviere
Curriculum vitae

Nicole de Lalouvière holds a liberal arts degree with concentrations in architectural history and geology from Colgate University (Hamilton, New York). In 2014, she graduated with a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia (Vancouver), where she received the thesis prize for her research and design work on possible futures for Diego Garcia (British Indian Ocean Territory). She has spent time studying art history in London and architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. She has practiced as an architect and landscape architect at MAD Architects (Beijing), PUBLIC (Vancouver), Hapa Collaborative (Vancouver), Vogt Landschaftsarchitekten (Zurich), and Baumschlager Eberle Architekten (Zurich). She is now doctoral fellow at the Institute of Landscape and Urban Studies (LUS), ETH Zurich. Her doctoral research is an investigation into the landscape and material history of the irrigation commons of Canton Valais, Switzerland.