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Céline Baumann is a French landscape architect based in Basel, Switzerland. Her eponymous studio operates in the fields of urbanism, landscape architecture and exhibition. She aims through an intersectional lens to create dynamic open spaces informed by the interactive ecology between people 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 Ecole du Paysage de Versailles, completing a master of landscape architecture cum laude. She is Future Architecture alumna, Akademie Solitude fellow, and recipient of the youth awards of the International Federation of Landscape Architects Europe. Her work has been presented in institutions including the Royal Academy of Arts in London, Matadero in Madrid, the Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel, the Oslo Architecture Triennale, the Kunstmuseum in Liechtenstein, the Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana and the National Gallery of Art in Vilnius. She has contributed to Archithese, the Journal of Landscape Architecture, the Solitude Journal and is regularly invited by universities including the ETH in Zürich, the Academy of Art and Design in Basel, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and the Swedish University of Agricultural Science in Malmö.