Ludivine Baruton was born in 1977 in South of France.
After two degrees, one in biology and one in plants physiology, she studied during 4 years landscape architecture at the well-known « Ecole Nationale Supérieure du Paysage de Versailles » where she get in 2003 the diploma of “ Landscape architect DPLG” with Honours.
From 2003 to 2010, Ludivine reinforces her innovative conceptual and technical capacities together with a strong plants knowledge in working on big projects for award-winning landscape architecture companies based in Berlin and London: parks, squares and promenades in the UK , in Italy and a Boutique Hotel in the UAE.
These experiences and a need of developing her own well-crafted design to contribute directly to people’s well-being, led Ludivine to set up in 2011 « Blacksheepscape Studio » in London: international projects in Maurice, Chester, Berlin, London and presentation of her singular approach at the Bauhaus in Leipzig.
In 2014, she starts her collaboration with the urban design department of the city of Riyadh, KSA, with whom she works on the future main park of Riyadh amongst other projects.
In 2015, whilst still working internationally, Ludivine moves to Marrakech, Morocco.
There she set up « Studio Falaj », in response to a real need of the city and its inhabitants to get good expertise of qualified professionals and to create beautiful gardens. She also teaches at the Architecture school of Marrakech to sensitize future Moroccan architects to the notion of landscape.
Since 2017, she’s working on public and private projects in Saudi Arabia, The UK, Germany and France where she relocated her Studio.