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Meaghan Kombol was born in Seattle, Washington, and worked for the maverick design company M&Co in New York before moving to London in 2002 where, after working at London’s Design Museum, she studied landscape architecture at Greenwich University, receiving a Masters in Landscape Architecture. Since then Meaghan has worked with some of the most exciting names in the field, including Martha Schwartz and Kathryn Gustafson – with whom she worked on the celebrated design for the ‘Towards Paradise’ garden at the 2008 Venice Architecture Biennale.


In addition to practising landscape architecture in London as a Chartered Landscape Architect, Meaghan has edited numerous books for Phaidon Press, written for The Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture and Phaidon’s Design Classics and her latest book, 30|30 Landscape Architecturewas published by Phaidon Press in 2015.


Meaghan is currently an adjunct professor of landscape architecture at the University of Greenwich in London.



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