Vivian Schoung is a landscape designer who enjoys working with design teams and education-focused clients to find interesting and robust solutions that are context-sensitive and budget conscious. Vivian believes that the quality of public spaces can have a direct impact on the quality of life for the people who use or pass through them, sometimes even unknowingly. With this in mind, she approaches her projects with exceptional attention to detail, places high emphasis on understanding client and user needs, and strives to integrate best practices into all of her projects.
Vivian has experience working on a variety of public projects including K-12 schools, higher education, and parks projects. She has also contributed to multiple planning projects at the University of Oregon, including the Campus Physical Framework Vision Project and the North Campus Conditional Use Permit Project.
Vivian is working towards professional licensure and is also interested in becoming a certified arborist.
When Vivian is not envisioning and creating places that delight and inspire she can be found improvising home improvement projects, kicking her feet up at the coast, or playing in the mountains.
Masters of Landscape Architecture, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Williams College, Williamstown, MA