Yttje Feddes and Peter Veenstra are the curators of the design exhibition. With their experience in the field of landscape architecture and planning they have guided the design bureaus in this exhibition.
Yttje Feddes is landscape architect and co-founder of bureau Feddes/Olthof. Between 2008 and 2012 she was Government Advisor on Landscape. In addition to her work as a landscape architect, Yttje Feddes is guest lecturer at the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture, member of the Committee on Environmental Impact Assessment and member of various Quality Teams, advisory councils and juries. In 2020 she received the Bijhouwer Prize for her contribution to the field of landscape architecture.
Peter Veenstra is a landscape architect and founding partner of LOLA landscape architects in Rotterdam. Even though LOLA stands for Lost Landscapes, which was born out of a fascination for the fringes of our urban environment, the practice of the office slowly moved into the world of big cities and big clients, which led to the design for places like the Adidas Headquarters campus in Herzogenaurach Germany, and Shenzhen Bay Park in China. Through self-initiated studies and design researches, he keeps on working on topics that deserve more attention in the field of (landscape) architecture. In Groningen, he worked as advisor for Spatial Quality for Region Groningen-Assen, and developed the book of guidelines for the inner city’s public space. With his office, he won the Maaskant Prize for Young Architects and the TOPOS Landscape Award.