Mohammad Motallebi is an Iranian environmental and landscape designer with 12 years of experience. He earned his Bachelor of Landscape Engineering from University of Tabriz and Master of Environmental Design from University of Tehran. While obtaining his bachelor’s degree, he started his work with some design companies. Simultaneously, he also worked with a monthly Landscape Journal in IRAN.
Environmentally-responsible design has been Mohammad’s core focus throughout his career. He has worked in different landscape projects around Iran.
In 2005, he elected as Board Member of Iranian Society of Landscape Professionals (ISLAP). In 2012, after 7 years, he elected as ISLAP’s President and ISLAP’s official delegate in IFLA. He is head of “Middle East and Membership Task Force” of IFLA-APR and one of Juries of IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award.