Sunah Kim

Masters of Landscape Architecture, OALA Associate Member

Landscape Architecture Designer

Sunah-Kim

Sunah comes to Landmark Environmental Group with over 20 years of experience working in the field of Landscape Architecture. Sunah received her Masters’ Degree in Landscape Architecture from Seoul National University and has since taken many additional courses to become an expert in the field of Geographic Information Systems. Sunah has prepared landscape plans for a wide variety of institutional, residential, commercial and industrial developments. She has extensive experience working with terrestrial and aquatic habitat restoration, stream bank stabilization, creek and wetland restoration and shoreline naturalization through her decade of work as part of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. Additional Sunah has been involved in master planning, parkland and open space development and concept design for numerous projects throughtout Southern Ontario.

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  • Intricately involved in the public planning process for a wide variety of development applications
  • Extensive knowledge of approvals process resulting in streamlined and efficient project approvals
  • Qualified professionals offering solutions for residential, industrial, commercial and institutional clients.
  • Expertise and quality in inter-related disciplines including landscape architecture and arboricultural consulting.

We proudly serve many municipalities throughout Ontario.

We excel at providing creative landscape design solutions for development proposals that retain existing features to the fullest extent while providing opportunities to explore new landscape expressions and connecting future developments to their natural surroundings in many Ontario communities.

  • Barrie
  • Innisfil
  • Midland
  • Alliston
  • Bradford
  • Niagara Peninsula
  • GTA
  • Eastern Ontario
  • Ottawa
  • Muskoka
  • Orillia
  • Hamilton
  • Oakville
  • Kitchener
  • Waterloo