About us.


Who We Are.

At SANLAND, we’re not just another landscape design company; we’re your partners in crafting eco-conscious outdoor masterpieces. Our mission is clear: harmonize your space with nature, showcasing its inherent beauty and resilience.

Our Expertise: 

Our talented team of seasoned designers blends backgrounds in landscape design, horticulture, and architecture to bring your vision to life. Your landscape will seamlessly complement your home and lifestyle.

The Origin of SANLAND: 

Launched in 2021, by Soohee Lee, focusing on ecological landscape design, SANLAND draws inspiration from the Korean word “SAN,” meaning “mountain”, symbolizes the strength, stability, and qualities we infuse into every landscape we create.

Eco-Friendly Practices: 

We champion sustainability through our commitment to native plants, expertly adapted to your local environment. These low-maintenance plants not only conserve water but also nourish local wildlife.

Water Conservation: 

Our designs are optimized for water conservation, utilizing drought-tolerant plants and innovative rainwater harvesting techniques.

A Greener Tomorrow: 

At SANLAND, we firmly believe that ecological landscape design is the path to crafting stunning, sustainable landscapes that benefit both you and the planet. Join us in transforming your outdoor space into a sanctuary of ecological excellence.

design principal



SANLAND is led by Soohee Lee, who has over 20 years of experience in landscape design and architecture. Soohee holds a master’s degree in architecture from Columbia University in New York and a master’s degree in landscape architecture and urban design from Seoul National University in Korea. She is a registered architect in the State of New York, a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP) and certified in Landscape Ecology and Sustainable Corporate Financing. Soohee is an expert in ecological urban landscape design, targeting the improvement of biodiversity and air quality, the reduction of greenhouse gases and urban heat, and prioritizes low-maintenance design as the foundation for all her projects. She is currently pursuing a certificate in Horticulture at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.