Michelle Delk is a landscape architect and partner at the renowned Norwegian studio Snøhetta, known for its combination of environmental and cultural sensitivity. Among their notable projects are the Bibliotheca Alexandria and the new Oslo Opera House. Based in New York, Michelle’s work is transdisciplinary. Through simple designs, she creates spaces that strengthen the relationships between people and their environment. She is an active member of the board of the Urban Design Forum in New York and the board of The Cultural Landscape Foundation. Michelle lectures at conferences and universities worldwide.
Thomas Kissling represents the Swiss studio Vogt Landscape Architects, founded by Günther Vogt in 2000, which has expanded over the last two decades to London, Berlin, and Paris. His projects in parks and other public spaces often stand out for their collaboration with artists.