Sunyoung Kim | MLA, BLA, BA | Landscape Designer
Sunyoung is experienced in landscape architecture projects ranging from large-scale development and transportation projects to detailed urban parks. She is particularly skilled in the more technical aspects of project management and delivery, overseeing construction, documentation for construction and project implementation. A member of the space2place team since 2014, she has also translated two books, Lost Woods: The Discovered Writing of Rachel Carson and The Geography of Childhood: Why children need wild places, into Korean.
Sunyoung has a Master of Landscape Architecture from UBC and two bachelor’s degrees in Landscape Architecture and English Language and Literature (double degree program) from Kyungpook National University in South Korea. She holds Korean national engineering licences in Landscape Architecture and Natural Environment Management. Prior to moving to Canada, she gained extensive project management experience working for Korea Land and Housing Corporation (formerly Korea Land Corporation) on a variety of landscape projects for large-scale development projects across Korea.
Selected Projects: Surrey West Village Park and District Energy Centre (City of Surrey), Surrey Museum Expansion (City of Surrey), Belle Isle Park Master Plan (District of North Vancouver), Edmonton Valley Line LRT (design-build competition team) and East Fraser Lands Area 2 Parks (Vancouver Park Board).
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