Founded in 2001, space2place is a nationally recognized design studio of Landscape Architects, Urban Designers and Ecologists, with a strong network of associated professionals. Our work ranges across a multitude of scales and typologies, including: public parks and playscapes, streetscapes and greenways, green infrastructure, private residences and master plan strategies. We have developed an expertise navigating complex and challenging situations to create places that integrate with their site and surroundings.
As our name suggests, we deliver high value by transforming generic spaces into site-specific, memorable places that celebrate their unique natural and cultural qualities.
We take an integrated approach to help organizations create ecologically-sustainable and experientially-rich places. We bring together the practical and the imaginative to realize projects that enhance meaningful connections between people and their environments.
Jeff Cutler BCSLA, CSLA | Principal
Jeff is a landscape architect and is the Principal and founder of space2place. He has over 18 years experience in design, planning, project management, and communication. He is a strong advocate of extending the designers’ role to integrate public consultation, ecology, ethnography and engineering into the design and transformation of public places.
Jeff has lectured on his work at universities and conferences and was a member of the 2008 jury for the AIBC Lieutenant-Governor General awards. He is a regular guest critic at the UBC school of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and BCIT. He was awarded Western Living’s Landscape Architect of the year in 2008.
Mike Teed BCSLA, CSLA | Landscape Architect
Mike has Masters and Bachelors degrees in Landscape Architecture from University of British Columbia and University of Guelph, respectively. He has been with space2place since 2006.
Mike excels in finding opportunities through constraints and is able to see the big picture while managing the day-to-day progress of each project. He has a strong background in sustainable design and has studied how landscape architecture can play a role in promoting environmental and social stewardship in urban conditions.
He has led many award-winning projects for space2place, including the Kinsmen Park and Area Master Plan (City of Saskatoon), North Shore Spirit Trail (various North Shore municipalities), and Oppenheimer Park (Vancouver Parks Board). Mike recently completed the redevelopment of Prairie Winds Park (City of Calgary) and is leading the design and implementation the East Fraser Lands Area 2 Parks (Vancouver Park Board).
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Alison Maddaugh BCSLA, CSLA | Landscape Architect
Alison integrates her Masters Degree in landscape architecture from UBC with a background in fine arts and additional design studies in Sweden and the Netherlands. Alison has over a decade of experience in landscape architecture, and has been with space2place since 2008.
Alison has a unique understanding of outdoor play environments, informed by her research work with the CHILD Project, her master’s thesis, her school ground public art installations, and her studies abroad. She brings a keen eye and creative focus to design places that perform well and look beautiful. Viewing each site through the lens of aesthetics and phenomenology, Alison cultivates the experiential qualities of place.
Alison's selected project experience at space2place includes: Moody Park play space (City of New Westminster), Queen’s Skate Park (City of New Westminster), Chief Mathias Joe Park (City of North Vancouver), SFU Passive House, SFU UniverCity Childcare, Britannia Master Plan (City of Vancouver), People, Parks and Dogs Strategy (Vancouver Park Board), Garden City Play Environment (City of Richmond), and North Vancouver City Hall.
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Sarah has a Masters degree in Landscape Architecture (University of British Columbia) and a Masters of Ecology (Wetland Ecology, University of Waterloo). Sarah’s expertise lies in bringing ecology and design together, ensuring that projects regenerate ecological systems and connect people with the natural world. She is skilled at interpreting a site’s ecological patterns and identifying ways to protect and enhance environmentally significant features. Sarah has been with space2place since 2011.
Sarah is an Olmsted Scholar from 2011 and was selected to be on the panel of "emerging leaders" at the 2016 Landscape Architecture Foundation Summit in Philadelphia.
Sarah's project experience at space2place includes: Surrey Bend Regional Park (Metro Vancouver), Lions Gate Wastewater Treatment Plant (Metro Vancouver), City of Burnaby Works Yard, Queen Elizabeth Park Master Plan (City of Edmonton), Matsqui Trail Regional Park (Metro Vancouver), City of Edmonton Dogs in Open Spaces Plan, and the City of Surrey Dog Off Leash Strategy.
Isabel Kunigk BA(Hons), DipLA | Project Manager and Designer
Isabel has over 17 years of experience working in the private and post-secondary sectors. Her work has predominantly focused on public space design where her passion is to create places that tell a story drawing from their cultural and environmental context. Isabel brings expertise in design, management and coordination of larger scale planning and landscape projects. Her collaborative working style and extensive experience working with multi-disciplinary project teams and multiple stakeholders make her a great addition to the team. Isabel joined space2place in February 2018.
Isabel pursued Landscape Architecture degrees in France and England, and graduated from the University of Greenwich in London, UK. Her work experience in Europe was overseeing the creation and implementation of civic and public space projects for award-winning landscape architecture firms. She subsequently ran her own firm and was a registered landscape architect in Berlin, Germany.
Isabel's project experience at space2place includes: Kelowna Airport Terminal Building Expansion (Kelowna International Airport), Britannia Community Centre Master Planning (City of Vancouver).
Somaye Hooshmand BCSLA, CSLA, BArch, MLA | Landscape Architect
Somaye is a talented designer with a robust technical background. She has a bachelor’s degree in Architecture, two master’s degrees in Landscape Architecture (University of British Columbia and prestigious University of Shahid Beheshti in Tehran) and has completed internships in both Canada and the Middle East. With more than 7 years of work experience in Canada, Somaye is well-versed in multiple aspects of the profession and has been involved in several multi-scalar award-winning projects during his work at space 2place. She has a positive and passionate personality and takes pleasure in seeing people enjoying their environment. Her passion for the state of public well-being makes her a good designer who considers spaces from the eyes of the users experientially and functionally.
Somaye was recognized for her overall excellence in small-scale landscape design during her studies at University of British Columbia with a Robillard Award from the British Colombia Society of Landscape Architects (BCSLA).
Somaye’s project experience at space2place includes: Prairie Winds Park (City of Calgary), Kinsmen Park (City of Saskatoon), West 10th Ave. Hospital Corridor (City of Vancouver), Surrey Bend Regional Park (Metro Vancouver), Queen Elizabeth Park (City of Edmonton), and Lower Mackay Creek Park (City of North Vancouver).
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Lindsay Jung BID | Industrial Designer and 3D modeler
Lindsay is an Industrial Designer and a Landscape Designer. She has a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design from South Korea and many years of work experience in landscape architect firms. She is a proficient 3D modeler and is experienced in using Rhino, V-ray, Lumion, Infraworks, and Autodesk Civil 3D. Her project experiences include a variety of turnkey projects such as design of bridges and tunnels, urban and naturalize landscape, and playscapes at large and small scale within South Korea and Canada.
Lindsay's selected project experience at space2place includes: Prairie Winds Park (City of Calgary), Kinsmen Park (City of Saskatoon), Surrey Bend Regional Park (Metro Vancouver), Lions Gate Wastewater Treatment Plant (Metro Vancouver), Dogs in Park Strategy(City of Vancouver), Victims of Communism Memorial (Canadian Heritage), and East Fraser Lands (City of Vancouver).
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Sunyoung Kim MLA, BLA, BA | Landscape Designer
Sunyoung is a project manager and designer at space2place. She has a Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of British Columbia, and two Bachelor’s degrees in Landscape Architecture and English Language and Literature (double degree program) from South Korea. She holds Korean national engineering licenses in Landscape Architecture and Natural Environment Management. Sunyoung has been with space2place since 2014.
Sunyoung has earned extensive work experience while working on a variety of landscape architecture projects in Korea Land and Housing Corporation (formerly Korea Land Corporation), especially focusing on large-scale landscape architecture projects of major land development across her country such as new cities, residential & industrial districts, free trade zones, and administrative cities. She has worked on over 35 different landscape architecture projects as a project manager, including planning, design, construction, and research. She also translated two English environmental books into Korean.
Sunyoung's selected project experience at space2place includes: 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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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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John Musil MLA, BCSLA Intern | Landscape Designer
John holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Texas at Austin. He is excited to be the most recent addition to the team, having joined space2place in July 2018.
John is passionate about landscape architecture as an agent for positive social and ecological transformation. In 2016 he was awarded the Canada Graduate Scholarship by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) for his studies on landscapes of inclusion. He has helped found a community garden in East Vancouver and was on the winning team for the City of Richmond’s Canada 150 interactive public art installation.
John's selected project experience at space2place includes East Fraser Lands Park (Vancouver Park Board) and The Cape on Bowen (Private Client/Residential).
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Crystal Lindstrom | Office Manager
Crystal brings over 15 years of experience in office administration to space2place. She provides internal administrative support and records management.
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