Mikyoung was recently profiled in Boston Magazine’s spring home issue in the Innovators section. An excerpt is below:

More than two decades into her career, Mikyoung Kim doesn’t just sculpt landscapes: She creates interactive art. “If we could put up a sign in front [of our projects], we’d say, ‘Please touch. Please engage. Please climb,’” says the landscape architect, principal of the eponymous Boston-based firm. “That’s our motto.” And an incredibly effective one at that: Her firm’s innovative designs—an international medley of bamboo-laden gardens, serene college campuses, and reimagined public plazas—recently earned Kim a new spot on the Boston Civic Design Commission, not to mention two of the industry’s highest honors.

Designer Mikyoung Kim Says the Future of Boston’s Urban Spaces Rests on Its Youth