We were so excited to host the film crew from George Brown College’s Brookfield Sustainability Institute in our Toronto studio, who are developing a documentary on all phases of the ten-storey, mass timber, highly sustainable Limberlost Place (a project designed by Moriyama Teshima Architects in joint venture with Acton Ostry Architects).
Their team is currently assembling footage to include in presenting the story of the inception, design, construction, and completion of Limberlost Place, located at the George Brown College waterfront campus overlooking Lake Ontario. This one of a kind, innovative structure has introduced mass timber into the Toronto lexicon of public buildings, and will achieve sustainability targets a decade in advance of the city’s step plan to 2030 carbon reductions.
Check out these behind-the-scenes looks into their filming process with MTA team members Carol Phillips, Phil Silverstein, Jay Zhao, Will Klassen, Chris Ertsenian, Olivia Keung, Mahsa Majidian, and Maria Pavlou. Stay informed with updates regarding both the construction of Limberlost Place and news about this film release by following our channels!