ReNew Canada has published a fantastic article on Limberlost Place, Moriyama Teshima Architects’ joint project with Acton Ostry Architects (AOA), that shines a light on both the technological and sustainable breakthroughs in its design, as well as the talented team members that are bringing this massive undertaking forward. The mass timber marvel, currently under construction at George Brown College’s waterfront campus in downtown Toronto, is a ten storey, net zero carbon emissions project that is poised to raise the bar for sustainability benchmarking across the building industry.
“Limberlost is an extraordinary building due to the high level of innovation—but our hope is that it becomes ordinary… We tell the many architecture students who tour the building that what we’re doing [here] should be their starting point in design.”
– Phil Silverstein, Moriyama Teshima Architects
Special shout-out to Mike Love and his team at PCL Construction for the incredible work they do on site every day. We are very proud of what MTA and AOA has accomplished through Limberlost Place thus far, and are looking forward to what will be some inspiring next steps in construction progress.
Read the article by clicking here.