ABOUT

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Roeland Meek

Roeland Meek was born September 04, 1986 and grew up in the little village Altforst, Gelderland, the Netherlands. When he was 16 years old, he moved to Nijmegen to study traditional landscaping. As a qualified landscaper he continued his education at the University of Applied Sciences Van Hall Larenstein, part of Wageningen UR, where he graduated in 2012 with highest distinction ‘Cum Laude’ in landscape architecture. Roeland Meek worked in 2009 as a trainee and in the summer of 2011 as employee at H+N+S Landscape architects in Amersfoort. In 2011 he started the design group Happyland Collective with ten other landscape designers. Besides, he still works as independent garden designer. Recently, in April 2013, his graduation project ‘The tidal landscape of the Eemsdam’ won the IFLA Merrit Award, awarded at the 50th IFLA world congress in New Zealand. Currently Roeland studies at the Amsterdam school of art, following a master’s degree in Landscape architecture. Since november 2013 he started working as designer for the Landscape architecture office B+B.

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