From where does the fact come that humans are able to ask themselves the question about morality? An attempt at providing an answer leads immediately to defining morality.
Awarded on the 4th of July 2014 by a jury of professionals renowned in the world of garden art
The difficulties faced by our morality today – do those difficulties come from all the vices of our society and from those sins of excess that cause pollution and climate change?
From left to right: Arie van der Hout and Richard van den Berg
Arie van der Hout founded his own office (Arie Tuinarchitectuur) in 2006 after working for a number of agencies. Arie took his masters in landscape architecture at Wageningen University (Netherlands) and at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Australia). Specializes in private gardens projects. "I’m always searching for the essential elements which gives a garden the right atmosphere and esthetic value. The garden design is a reflection of the collaboration between me, my clients and nature".
Richard van den Berg graduated from Van Hall-Larenstein as a landscape designer in 2009. Prior to that he was a designer and maker of jewellery and furniture. He was always fascinated by landscape and gardens and their design. He decided in his thirties to start studying landscape design. Currently he works for Arietuinarchitectuur and at the Design Academy Eindhoven where he helps students executing their designs.