Eva Händler-Kitaeva





Eva Händler-Kitaeva works as a project manager at Studio Boden, where her expertise spans a diverse spectrum of projects, including strategy and analytic planning. She holds degrees in landscape architecture from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna, and sociology from Karl-Franzens-University, Graz. Eva has a keen interest in urban interventions and sustainable urban development.

With a passion for bringing cities to life, Eva focuses on activating resident’s lifestyle and planning urban spaces with a sustainable approach. Her current research revolves around urban allotment gardens, exploring innovative ways to incorporate them as public green spaces within sustainable urban development frameworks. Having accumulated professional experience in Vienna, Basel, and Bangkok, Eva also contributes as a guest critic at various universities and writes articles for landscape architecture magazines such as Zoll +.

Eva enjoys her work’s changing nature and is passionate about leisure and art. Currently, she is working on a large housing project, part of the “Village im Dritten,” an urban development in Vienna.