Jaclyn Kaloczi | MLA, BDes | Landscape Designer
Jaclyn holds a Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Environmental Design from OCAD University. She has a diverse background in design, with professional experience in interior, industrial, architecture and landscape architecture offices. Independently, she has designed and constructed ephemeral landscape installations in Toronto, Vancouver in Norway. Within the profession, she explores future scenarios and design opportunities for ecologically and culturally productive landscapes which strive to nurture relationships between people, one another, and their environments. Within this realm, Jaclyn is passionate about food landscapes. She pursues an ongoing project, Landscape Diet, exploring the health benefits of food landscapes and plant-based living.
Jaclyn is an award winning designer with international recognition. She received an ASLA (American Society of Landscape Architecture) award for her thesis project, Agro-Pelago - Foodscapes for the Future. Her thesis was also awarded the Durante Kreuk Prize for the Top Graduate Project from UBC's landscape architecture program and was shortlisted for the 2018 WLA (World Landscape Architecture) awards. During her education, Jaclyn was awarded numerous scholarships including the Robillard Scholarship for small scale design, the Diana Lane Johnson Award for a leadership as a woman in the profession, and several publications. Her work has been featured in Landscape Architecture Frontiers Magazine (China), the Landscape Architecture Magazine LAM (ASLA), and Sitelines Magazine (BCSLA).
Jaclyn's selected project experience at space2place includes East Fraser Lands Park (Vancouver Park Board) and Britannia Community Centre Master Planning (City of Vancouver).
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