We have recently welcomed Tamae Isomura to our team of Landscape Architects here at WWA!
Tamae gained Chartership from the Landscape Institute this year, and has diverse design skills in BIM. She is also highly experienced from strategy development to implementation.
She has delivered multiple award-winning sustainability projects utilising outdoor spaces in NHS hospital grounds and gardens and has guest lectured at the Anglia Ruskin University about Sustainable Health and Social Care through Dementia Friendly Gardens.
Tamae is passionate about climate change and the responsibility that we have within our profession:
“I strongly believe that providing a responsibly considered design to tackle climate change is the most important duty in my professional life, including ecological yet manageable planting schemes, water sensitive design, low carbon footprint materials, and design to encourage a healthy community.”
We are excited to work with Tamae and look forward to learning from the skills and experience that she can bring to our practice.