Pauline Moskal

MLA, BAS
Landscape Designer

613.730.5709 x234

moskal@fotenn.com

With a background in architecture, Pauline’s interests lie in exploring the interdisciplinary relationships between landscape and the built environment. With a particular focus on construction and materiality, Pauline enjoys problem solving through technical detailing.

Prior to joining Fotenn, Pauline graduated from the Master of Landscape Architecture program at the University of British Columbia. Her Master’s thesis titled, “Expo 2067: Humans and This World,” challenges the role of designers in landscapes facing accelerated climate change. She was awarded the British Columbia Society of Landscape Architect’s “Dr. John Wesley Neill Prize” for her work.

If you were an ice cream flavour, what would you be?
Vanilla with chunks of dark chocolate and roasted peanuts.

Which Harry Potter house would the sorting hat put you in?
None, I’m a Muggle- way to rub it in.

Favourite day of the year?
Tomorrow.

What book has changed your perspective on life the most?
Ghost Mountains and Vanished Oceans by John Wilson. #time

If you could have dinner with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be?
Dinner with Gordon Ramsay at a raw food bar.

When you were growing up, what was your dream job?
Astronomer.