Student Profile: Kim Behrouzian MLA2

Updated: Dec 12, 2019

Situated at the intersection of urbanism and landscape, I've pursued my twin passions with equal vigor, aiming to find place-based solutions to complex urban challenges that touch all aspects of our built environment. In 2016, I was awarded the A.S.M Pound Planning Scholarship, graduating with a degree in Urban and Regional Planning in Toronto. Since then, I've found my bearings with IBI Group where I've had the chance to reflect on the role of landscape design in the framework of international, large-scale and interdisciplinary socio-technical projects.

Through this program, I hope to nurture a deeper understanding of landscape processes, natural systems and their importance in any planning project. Academic projects I have worked on address important current issues such as urban nature, the commons, urban storm-water management, rural futures, and the circular concept of 'waste' as a resource.

If you're looking to connect, contact me on LinkedIn!


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