Scott Streeb
Associate Principal
Scott is an Associate Principal and a key member of the MVVA creative team. He has led the schematic and conceptual design of several large public projects, including Maggie Daley Park in Chicago, A Gathering Place and Gathering Place Phase Two in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Chelsea Waterside Park Playground in Manhattan, and the Coney Island Amphitheater in Brooklyn. He has also contributed to the design and construction documentation of Jacob K. Javits Plaza in Manhattan and numerous phases of Brooklyn Bridge Park. Currently, he is involved in the design of the Port Lands Flood Protection project in Toronto and the master plan for Turkey Mountain in Tulsa. In all these projects Scott has helped integrate program, particularly playgrounds and play equipment, into an engaging landscape framework. His interest lies in creating inclusive spaces that children of all ages, cultures and personality types can find comfort in while also encouraging caretaker interaction. He plays a central role in MVVA's approach to play and continues to research the role of play in park design.

In addition to his work on urban park landscapes, Scott has served as lead designer and project manager for multiple small gardens including Jardin Matisse in Quebec, the Willow Street Garden and 77 Washington in Brooklyn, and the Koi Project in Baton Rouge. Scott received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Colorado State University, where his work was recognized with the ASLA Honor Award. Scott has been a guest lecturer at Colorado State University, the University of Pennsylvania, the City University of New York and the University of Guelph in Ontario. In his spare time, he is an avid rock climber.

He is a registered landscape architect in New York and Colorado.



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