Radhika views landscape architecture as an opportunity to design urban spaces that build community awareness and celebrate resiliency. As a designer of the Anthropocene era where humans are a primary element within the ecosystem, she believes designing for adaptation to change is exigent and looks forward to creating designs that rethink the conventional definition of nature. She believes in creating urban landscapes that dissolve the dichotomy of human and nature while revealing and celebrating ecological and cultural processes that make up the world around us.
Radhika joined Living Habitats in 2018 as a recent graduate of Auburn University where she received a Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture. Her enthusiasm for nature combined with her past education and work experience as an architect give her a unique perspective and solid understanding of the built environment.