Yazid Ninsalam is a landscape architecture academic at RMIT and a geospatial environment designer at McGregor Coxall. He previously worked as a landscape architect for the National Parks Board and served as Council Member in the Singapore Institute of Landscape Architects. He was conferred a doctoral degree in architecture by the National University of Singapore and was a researcher at the Future Cities Laboratory, established by ETH Zurich and Singapore National Research Foundation.
His work has been disseminated across exhibitions in various locations including Melbourne, Singapore, Jakarta, Zurich, and notably in Rotterdam and Munich - at the Urban by Nature, Sixth International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam and Draussen | Out There Landscape Architecture on Global Terrain, Architekturmuseum der TU München, Pinakothek der Moderne respectively.
His recent published works appear in the Routledge Book of Teaching Landscape Architecture, Journal of Landscape Architecture, Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, International Journal of Architectural Computing, Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Journal of Sustainable Cities and Society, KERB Journal of Landscape Architecture, and Archives of the International Society of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Sciences.