Born 1984 in Lille/France.
Céline Baumann is a French landscape architect based in Basel/Switzerland. Her studio specializes in the fields of urbanism, landscape architecture, and exhibitions. Employing an intersectional lens, she aims to create dynamic open spaces informed by the interactive ecology between humans and nature. This design work is complemented by a commitment to research, allowing her to explore the collective value of nature and its impact on individuals.
Baumann studied at the École Nationale Supérieure de Paysage, Versailles/France, completing an MA in landscape architecture with honors in 2010. She is a Future Architecture alumna (2019) and a recipient of a Youth Award from the International Federation of Landscape Architects Europe (2018). Most recently, she has exhibited at the architecture gallery VI PER in Prague/Czech Republic (2019), at the Architecture Studio of the Royal Academy of Arts in London/UK (2019) and at the Center for Contemporary Creation Matadero in Madrid/Spain (2020).
Her work has been shown in various institutions and at festivals including the Oslo Architecture Triennale/Norway, ETH Zurich/Switzerland, the National Gallery of Arts in Vilnius/Lithuania, the Kosovo Architecture Festival, Pristina/Kosovo and the Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana/Slovenia. She is a visiting critic at ETH Zurich and at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Lucerne/Switzerland.