Iris Dupper has been working as a partner and CEO with Tilman Latz since 2016.
She has over 20 years of professional experience working on projects ranging from small private gardens to large office buildings in both the public and private sectors. Iris is particularly interested in working on complex systems and their spatial and temporal contexts, which led her to develop her concept for the Public Space in the Railway City Heidelberg between 2004 and 2009 in collaboration with Tilman Latz.
Iris was the first landscape architect to win the German Bundestag’s fellowship at Villa Massimo, the German Academy in Rome, in the field of architecture in 2006.
From 1998 to 2002 she was a project architect at Michel Desvigne Paysagiste DPLG in Paris. Iris founded her landscape practice Îlot in Munich in 2004 and worked on projects and research in the field of landscape architecture, which she presented at exhibitions and international lectures.
She obtained her diploma in landscape architecture in 1997 from Universität Kassel after having completed her BA degree in landscape architecture at Beckett University in Leeds, England, in 1993.