Nora Nanova (1995) is a third-year student in the bachelor’s program of landscape architecture at the University of Edinburgh. She has worked on a variety of projects both as part of her studies and professionally in previous internships.
She practiced landscape design ranging from different scales and characteristics; from site specific landscape and hardscape design to large-scaled forestry developments and master planning. Her primary interest focuses on solving social and political issues through well researched spatial planning. Simultaneously to her studies, she has managed to travel and gain experience in several countries in different parts of the world such as Australia and India. This has caused her approach to landscape design to expand and absorb international influences. Currently, her goal is to manage to combine all this acquired knowledge and successfully implement it in future projects.