Posts Filed Under: public space
Public Works looks at public space,urban design, and city-building innovations from around the world, and considers what Toronto might learn from them.
Don't tell Bell: Artists have been transforming Toronto's neglected phone booths into temporary galleries.
Robert Hammond, the guy behind New York City's High Line, gave a keynote address for some of Toronto's most committed park advocates.
One year in, we check in with the people behind Park People, an organization that wants to make the city within a park even better.
An architect-led Jane's Walk approaches the financial district from a kid's-eye view.
In a 3–0 decision, judges find that the City of Toronto was within its authority to create the tax, and extend the City's scope of application.
An outpouring of community and corporate support bolsters plans to rebuild the beloved Jamie Bell playground.
A new speaker series at U of T's Munk School examines the future of our libraries and parks.
Astral Media's blocky advertisements get schooled—literally—by annoyed civilians.
Toronto street artist Sean Martindale on how we interact with the city around us.
In today's Urban Planner: a dance party grooves for the right to freedom of expression, geometry overtakes a unique art installation, Go Radio comes to town for a night of indie rock, and a lecture on how to utilize public space to stage a more effective protest.
Yesterday, council's Executive Committee met to discuss the future of Toronto's waterfront. And it ain't pretty.