Graduate Landscape Architect
Before obtaining her Master’s degree in MLA Landscape Architecture, Tiantian garnered experience leading teams in competitions and achieving a series of awards in LA student competitions in China. Her projects revolve around accentuating the distinctiveness of sites within human settlements and exploring their harmonious interaction with human development, all while striving for the establishment of an interconnected order.
Tiantian has also accrued valuable experience through practical engagements, including involvement in large-scale reconstruction projects and unique tourism planning endeavors in China’s western Sichuan region. Her passion lies in urban landscape design that revolves around people, firmly believing that the convergence of the environment and human activities can give rise to unparalleled landscape effects. Studying in Scotland further piqued her interest in landscape planning for natural ecology, driving her to seek the inherent irreplaceability of natural existence within the context of humanities. She became a graduate landscape architect at erz in 2023.