Nicole de Lalouviere

Zurich, Switzerland
Landscape architecture researcher

Nicole’s doctoral research project is an investigation into the landscape and material history of the irrigation systems of Canton Valais, Switzerland.


I am a doctoral researcher at the Institute for Landscape and Urban Studies (LUS), Department of Architecture (D-ARCH), ETH Zurich. I am part of the Chair of History and Theory of Urbanism, headed by Professor Tom Avermaete. Originally from Mauritius, I have studied and worked in New York State, London, Copenhagen, Beijing and Vancouver. I hold a Master of Architecture degree from the University of British Columbia (UBC) and worked as a landscape architect at Vogt Landscape Architects in Zurich.