Thank you Construction Canada for sharing this piece on Limberlost Place’s success in this year’s World Architecture Festival Awards program. Shortlisted in the Future Projects – Education category and winner of a WAFX award, this highly sustainable educational facility is currently under construction at George Brown College’s waterfront campus and making a huge splash in the AEC innovation and design industry.
When speaking about this most recent award win, MTA Partner and project lead Carol Phillips said, “Our entire design team is grateful for George Brown College’s vision and commitment to realize this first-of its-kind in the world, tall, exposed mass timber, net-zero carbon emission building, and we are thrilled to have been recognized by the WAF awards program. We look forward to presenting our scheme to the jurors in December”.
Representatives from Moriyama & Teshima Architects and Acton Ostry Architects will be traveling to Portugal next month for the World Architecture Festival Event. Keep your eyes open for more updates regarding this landmark project.