Peeter is a landscape architect, teaching spatial planning courses at the Estonian University of Life Sciences.

Peeter’s research interest is the combination of recreation and environmental psychology, studying the landscape variables that influence outdoor recreation and psychological restoration. His current work on this subject constitutes the basis of his PhD.

Peeter takes great interest in three-dimensional landscape simulation and is responsible for running the Virtual Landscape Theatre at the Estonian University of Life Sciences. He is among the founding members of the Estonian Landscape Architecture Students’ Organisation and the Estonian Landscape Architects’ Union.

In BlueHealth, Peeter is helping to develop the suite of environmental assessment tools used to study the effects of the community-level intervention projects. You can hear more about this in the podcast below.