Landscape Architecture Panel Members
Learn more about the Landscape Architects on the Design Review Panel.
Jessica Hutcheon is a Principal and Senior Landscape Architect at Janet Rosenberg & Studio, one of Canada’s most distinguished landscape architecture and urban design studios.
Jessica is committed to the environment and sustainable design. Instrumental in integrating environmentally-friendly and sustainable practices in the firm’s projects, Jessica is certified as a Green Roof Professional. She pursues projects that bring a diversity of people together in public spaces that work. An adept landscape architect and project manager, her desire to push landscape architecture beyond its traditional boundaries influences every completed project.
Sibylle von Knobloch, OALA, CSLA, ASLA, is a co-founder and principal of NAK Design Group. She has more than 30 years experience in landscape architecture, urban design, urban ecology and project management in Canada and abroad.
Sibylle specializes in the design of multi-use developments, streetscapes, open spaces, and parks. Her landscape practice is characterized by innovative design solutions that offer more humane, liveable environments and withstand the practical needs of urban life. Sustainable design strategies have become standard in her landscape design practice and she is currently involved in many LEED development projects. Ingenuity and a keen sense of design has lead the firm to receive numerous design awards in recognition of the creative environments it has designed based on their thematic strength, originality of design and implementation into built form.
Sibylle is a registered member of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects, the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects, and the American Society of Landscape Architects.
A founding Principal of PMA Landscape Architects, Jim Melvin, MLA, OALA, FCSLA, ASLA, has over 35 years of landscape architectural experience and has been responsible for projects of major open space development, urban infill parks, community and park planning and long-term care residences and schools. Jim’s focus is how to expand and enrich open space within the City.
Jim and the office have been recipients of several Regional and National Awards along with City of Toronto Urban Design Awards. The office is part of the winning team for the Etobicoke Civic Center Design.
Jim Melvin is a member of the CSLA College of Fellows, past Chair, 2008-2009, recipient of the CSLA Andre Schwabenbauer Award. He has participated as a juror for the CSLA National Awards; Nathan Phillips Square International Student Design Competition, Univ. of Guelph/Waterloo; Excellence In Planning Awards, OPPI; Mississauga Urban Design Awards and for Canada Blooms. Jim is a past President of the Canadian National Exhibition.
Adam Nicklin is a Principal and co founder of PUBLIC WORK office for urban design & landscape architecture.
He is a landscape architect and urban designer with over 15 years experience living and working in the UK, USA, and Canada. Over his career Adam has successfully lead numerous large, multi-disciplinary teams in the execution of complex urban renewal and landscape projects. Adam’s project experience includes community design, public realm and parks design, major transportation and marine infrastructure projects and development feasibility studies, making him a flexible practitioner with broad knowledge and expertise.
Adam brings a strong focus and understanding of the synergies between civil engineering, major infrastructural works and landscape architecture in order to advance the design of the public realm. Prior to co-founding PUBLIC WORK, Adam was Principal at DTAH where he served as Partner in charge of the Toronto Central Waterfront project in joint venture with West 8. He has also worked with Carol R Johnson Associates, Boston, and in Leeds UK where he completed several urban plazas and developments. Adam has taught at the University of Toronto and regularly serves as a design critic.