Kelty McKinnon (MLA '97) is a new managing partner at PFS Studio (formerly Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg), a leading Canadian planning, urban design and landscape architecture firm offering consulting services nationally and internationally. McKinnon (pictured far left) specializes in projects dealing with the public realm and is committed to the creation of unique, innovative public space that is both culturally and ecologically rich. She played a key role in PFS's success in design competitions, including the international Toronto Harbour Front Competition, the Gardiner Expressway Innovative Ideas Competition in Toronto, and the Lansdowne Park Competition in Ottawa (pictured below).
Her artistic and landscape architectural work has been shown in London, Vienna, New York, Berlin, Vancouver, and Walla Walla. McKinnon has sat on numerous public art, and historic district advisory committees and sat on the Board of Directors for the Vancouver Centre for Contemporary Asian Art.
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