Georges Fischer,  Designer

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Georges is a landscape designer with roots in France and New England. Art and design has always been part of his life, but it wasn't until he was in the desert Southwest, working on a floodplain conservation masterplan, during a summer internship, that he decided to study landscape architecture.

 

Earning his BSLA undergraduate degree from University of  Massachusetts, Amherst, Georges went on to received his MLA degree from the Rhode Island School of Design, where he graduated in 2017.


During his graduate studies, Georges focused on the interface between city and nature, ultimately continuing his thesis research on utilizing the natural processes underlying shoreline phenomena to reduce beach erosion. In his professional practice he uses design skills and research strategies to create a detailed interface between urban and natural worlds.


In his free time, Georges enjoys being outside, exploring the hills and forests near his home with his dog.