Nour Hajjar


My passion for landscape architecture and planning stems from my deep interest in the relationship between nature and culture, across the diverse landscapes where I’ve had the privilege to work. From the charming European cities and coastal towns, the ecologically diverse landscapes of West Africa, the unique setting of the Mauritius islands, to my current involvement in the culturally diverse Middle East, I’ve consistently sought to understand the profound connection between people and their environments.

At the core of my design approach lies a fundamental belief that a place’s complexity serves as an abundant source of inspiration. This creative process involves taking a ground-up approach by unveiling a site’s layers through comprehensive research and spatial data analysis, to help guide the development of masterplans. It ensures that every project becomes more than a design, evolving into a compelling narrative which is intricately woven with the essence of the land, its diverse communities, and rich history. Through my work, I also emphasise the importance of promoting sustainable tourism by creating memorable destinations that benefit the local economy and empower the community. This entails presenting unique landscapes responsibly to global visitors. Whether developing spatial strategies across vast regional landscapes spanning thousands of square kilometres or designing the intricate details of public spaces in urban regeneration projects, my interest lies in working across various scales to deliver integrated, sustainable solutions, with a lasting positive impact.

Today, I am deeply rooted in the Middle East, a region I proudly call home. Leveraging my cultural understanding, my focus is on large-scale strategic landscape projects that aim to preserve the region’s spectacular natural environment, while promoting sustainable growth. This mission is a collaborative effort with clients, local communities, and experts from diverse fields, shaping the region’s future through visionary strategies, forward-thinking policies, and practical design solutions that bring our collective vision to life.

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