Louisa Vermoere is an architect graduated at Sint Lucas Architectuur in Ghent and Strelka, Institute for Media, Architecture and design in Moscow. She has been co-developing several participative projects addressing public issues aiming for resilient solutions & strategies within multidisciplinary collaborations. Her projects can be considered soft urbanism that tries to reconnect (im)material streams considered as redundant. She has cofounded Collective Disaster which is an open, transnational and multidisciplinary community working on ways out of disasters which is a time consuming and non-commercial ambition. For Pro Materia, the initiator of the European programme Human Cities, she is coordinating the communication of the Festival.
Her collaborations and research has been exhibited, installed and presented world wide. Temple of Holy Shit received the 2nd Prize of the GCSM Blue Responsibility Award, was designed for Parckfarm Turn and Taxi, Parckdesign 2014, Brussels and exhibited in the Onassis Cultural Center in Adhocracy 2015, Athens – Issue of tissue exhibited at «Second Hand Second Life» expo 2013, Petits Riens, Brussels – Bxl Swings in the Cracks was presented in Pop-up City Life, Beurschouwburg, Brussels 2014 – Collective Disaster expressed its intentions at «The Collective Intention» 2015, Depot Basel – Research based design on Shrinking Cities was exhibited in «BIG FUTURE» expo, at the Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design, 2015 Moscow – Holy Shit Preacher drove around and Narrative Cancers will talk at «PERIFERIA Festival» 2015 2017 by CITY 3, Brussels, Miracle Mountain is designed for «Festival des Hortillonnages 2016» in Amiens.