Gemma McLintock

Gemma’s propensity for site analysis and research serves as a crucial underpinning to each design project. She excels at translating this information into complex site proposals that address environmental preservation, ecological function, community building and strong landscape aesthetics. Gemma is an inquisitive and dedicated designer who is passionate about nurturing ecological processes in her landscapes. She received her MLA from the University of British Columbia and worked under the pioneer of sustainable landscape architecture, Cornelia Hahn Oberlander. Gemma has a diverse background including fine arts and communication studies. She has traveled extensively and has a keen interest in observing and cultivating our relationships with natural systems.

 

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