I am a qualified and professional landscape designer who has been working for five years in this sector. I am a passionate individual who fights for what believes in. My interests and competencies stretch in many related fields of horticulture hence the goal to build abilities in my area are synthesise the knowledge I acquired along the way. I am communicative, dedicated and committed to the opportunities that open up in my professional career.
I worked for an outdoor landscape company which developed national projects in Brazil . I drew garden and squares projects and I produced marketing action and would use my initiative to source new investments for the company. I would communicate with clients as well as listen to their needs and present them with my ideas and alternatives options.
After studying in the 'University of Bologna, I received the offer of Internship at LAND SRL in mid-2013. They have been followed by several architects, and worked on projects of different scales. I developed works as, design Masterplan, presentation to customers, design diagrams and images Photoshop. It 'been a defining experience in my professional career, it is a large office name and many types of challenges every day. When returned to Brazil, I became a LAND representative in Rio de Janeiro. By participating in various meetings and conferences of the company interest.
I Received, organized and evaluated contracts for the adoption of public areas; I inspected the places adopted with photographs and monthly reports; Achieved annual area goals adopted.
The course aims to expand there and qualify the ability of the taker of decision and opinion makers, both in public areas and private levels to plan implement and monitor sustainable policies for urban mobility. Let's study: • Urban planning concepts and its impact in the economic, social and environmental. • Concepts of urban mobility national policy and its implication within metropolitan and municipal. • Concepts of planning, management and governance, considering the different urban and metropolitan areas. • Sustainable urban mobility concepts including public and community transport, active transport, management, road safety, accessibility, transportation and son. • Concepts of resilience and adaptation of urban mobility systems to climate change. • Knowledge of good national and international practices. Led by the director of ITDP - Institute for Transportation & Development Policy, Clarisse Cunha with participation of various opinion: Mauro Osorio (economist), Eduardo Vasconcellos (urban mobility) and Washington Fajardo (architect town planner).
The exchange at the University of Bologna resulted in a wide sharing of culture and education in the area of landscaping. I studied in the Faculties of Architecture and Agronomy attending the following subjects, Design and realization of green spaces, Theory and history of the restoration and Green urbanistic.
The Landscaping Course has the objective of enabling the student to act in the free spaces of building, analyzing them and diagnosing their problems, in order to design in a conscious way. It is offered by the School of Fine Arts and graduates in Landscaping (Landscape). The training of these professionals includes technical, artistic and nature knowledge, privileging man and the environment, based on the physical, socioeconomic and cultural characteristics of the intervention area. The course has four years (eight academic periods) and is divided into two modules: basic and professional, lasting two years each. In the first module are the disciplines of general theoretical, creative development and critical reflection, while those of the second module are directed to the specific training of the landscape.
Abstract In this reflection will be observed how the urban gardens appear as fundamental pieces to activate a culture of recreation and exercise. Considering issues related to obesity and malnutrition, encouraging healthy diets, the quality of life of the elderly, reducing mental illness, such as depression, supporting the sociability and contact zone between different social classes. In addition to these aspects, it will be examined the capacity of public gardens to enhance environmental improvement through actions directly linked to public planning authorities that have been careful to propose local strategies measures to address the social and ecological disturbances that overcrowded cities have been subjected. As an example, we will take specific approaches to the actions that the city of London's governance has done. This article defines a landscape planning policy, where landscape interactions are the most important vectors of qualification between public health and, in particular, the expansion of open spaces with the significant presence of urban gardens. Keywords: Urban gardens, landscape, public health, governance, society.