Nathalie studied for her bachelor's degree at the University of Applied Sciences in Suttgart, which focuses on integrated project work. During her semester abroad at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, she dealt with flexible and intergenerational living in confined spaces, which she deepened in her bachelor thesis as a wood module construction project.
In her Master studies at Leibniz University of Hanover, Nathalie focused on urban planning in addition to drafting and design content in the teaching. During the master she works as a student trainee in a landscape architecture office. With her master's thesis on the "Spiegelfabrik Mannheim" as a further development towards a "productive city", she ultimately combines her interests in the architectural, urban planning and landscape architecture fields.
She continues to focus on the development of sustainable and innovative solutions in her daily work, with a special focus on the interface and interaction between urban design, architecture and landscape.