Roland Reemaa (1987) is an Estonian architect, based in London. Roland studied at the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn (Estonia). In 2014, he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at TU Delft (Netherlands), where he was a guest teacher for the Chicago-based research studio of the Chair of Complex Projects (2015-2017). Roland’s experience includes working on large-scale public projects at KAAN Architecten in Rotterdam. In 2016, Roland founded RLOALUARNAD with Laura Linsi to experiment with architectural methods and processes, and participated in the Baltic Pavilion at the XV International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia with the project “Composite Countryside”. His writing has been published in Ehituskunst and Cartha magazine.