Limberlost Place Earns Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Award of Excellence!

Limberlost Place, a collaboration between Moriyama Teshima Architects and Acton Ostry Architects, has earned a Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) 2024 Award of Excellence in the Innovation category!

Currently under construction at George Brown College’s Waterfront Campus, the aspirational design of this building has introduced mass timber into the Toronto lexicon of public buildings. Limberlost Place’s exposed mass timber in a space where the assembly occupancies and the teaching spaces occupy the full verticality of the building, as well as the exceptionally efficient, prefabricated envelope system, make it unique. To our knowledge, this is a first of its kind in the world use of exposed mass timber to this height for this occupancy.

Learn more about the project and about the CTBUH Awards program by clicking here.

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