Roberto Meyer is co-director and founding partner of Meyer en Van Schooten Architects (MVSA) in Amsterdam, which he established in 1984 with Jeroen van Schooten. Both graduated in 1990 at the Academy of Architecture, Arnhem. In 1990 Roberto Meyer won the silver medal of the Prix de Rome.
Additional functions of Roberto included being member of the commission of welfare and monuments in Amsterdam, teaching Architecture at the Academy of Architecture in both Arnhem and Amsterdam. He has held guest lectures at Universities of Technology in Delft, Eindhoven. He has given various lectures at universities and architectural associations in Cambridge, Melbourne, Mexico, Argentina and Uruguay. He has been a jury member for the Rietveld Prize and the Gouden Pyramide. Roberto Meyer is currently board member of the Dutch Council on High Rise Buildings.
Barry van Waveren
1970 Haarlem, Netherlands
Barry van Waveren studied Architecture at the Technical University of Delft between 1988 and 1994. He started his professional career assisting the city-architect of Haarlem in 1991. After graduation he worked for Hoogstad Architects in Rotterdam. In 1998 he started at MVSA as project manager and designer. In 2006 he became partner and co-director in the office. He has given lectures in the Netherlands and abroad, such as in Moscow and Katowice.
Jeroen van Schooten
Jeroen van Schooten is co director and founding partner of Meyer en Van Schooten Architects (MVSA) in Amsterdam, which he established in 1984 with Roberto Meyer.
Next to being director of their architectural practice Jeroen has had many additional functions, such as being member of the committee of welfare, architecture and monuments in Breda and being jury member for a among others the European Patent Office competition in The Hague, the Neprom Development Award and the NAi Young Architects Award. Currently he is chairman of the BNA Young Architects Award.
Jeroen van Schooten was chairman of the Royal Institute of Dutch Architects (BNA) from 2006 till April 2010. Currently he is board member of the Dutch Green Building Council of which he has been a committee member since 2008.
Gerard van Hoorn
Gerard van Hoorn studied Architecture at the Technical University of Delft between 1983 and 1989. During his studies he worked as design assistant for Ir. Jaap Franso. After his graduation he started his professional career as project architect at the office of Kees Christiaanse Architects and Planners in Rotterdam. In 1998 he started at MVSA as project architect and designer. In 2003 he became partner and managing director in the office.