Anouk Vogel, Amsterdam (Geneva, 1977). She studied landscape architecture at the Metropolitan University of Manchester in England where she graduated in 2001 with Honours and Distinction. After her studies she moved to the Netherlands where she has been working and living since, and where she founded her own practice in 2007. In 2009 she won the international competition for the new furniture of the Vondelpark, Amsterdam’s central park that is listed as a national cultural heritage site. In 2010 she was one of the finalists of the Prix de Rome, the most prestigious Dutch prize for architects under 35. She has recently been awarded the USM Mentoring Award by Architektur & Wohnen, an oeuvre prize for which she has been nominated by the architects MVRDV. She has been a guest teacher at among others the Eindhoven Design Academy and the Architecture Academy of Amsterdam, where she still regularly teaches and lectures.
Web site: www.anoukvogel.nl