Posts Tagged ‘urban renewal’

future city toronto

This video was shown at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen. Mayor Miller attended to represent Toronto as Chair of the C40 at the Climate Summit for Mayors and continue to champion the leadership of cities in fighting climate change. Watch the video to see what Toronto is doing to fight climate change. […]

subtle technologies exhibition panel

subtle technologies exhibition panel

Exhibition Panel Subtle Technologies: Exhibition Panel Panellists: Matthew Biederman, Noel Harding, Chris Hardwicke, Marko Peljhan, Rod Strickland Moderator: Graeme Stewart Date: June 5th Time: 4:15PM Summary This interactive discussion will explore the connections and ideas from the Festival exhibition, contingent ecologies :: investigations at the edge, with the exhibition artists. Moderator Graeme Stewart Associate, E.R.A. […]

no park

no park

NoPark returns “no parking zones”—mostly those associated fire hydrant placement–to low growth mosses, and grasses. These micro green spaces use foliage to stabilize the soil and to provide a durable low maintenance surface cover in addition to other benefits.  These microparks can continue to provide emergency parking space for fire trucks and exasperated Fresh-direct delivery […]

toronto tower renewal

toronto tower renewal

The Toronto area contains the second largest concentration of high-rise buildings in North America. The majority of these are modern concrete residential buildings, built during the City’s post-war expansion. The Tower Renewal Project is an initiative to re-examine these buildings’ remarkable heritage, neighbourhood histories, current place in our city, and future potential in a green […]