Limberlost Place Featured in October Issue of Canadian Architect Magazine
Check out the most recent feature of Limberlost Place in Canadian Architect Magazine, in their article entitled “Spreading the Wood: Three Projects that are Leading the Way in Canadian Mass Timber Innovation”.
Limberlost Place, a joint venture between Moriyama Teshima Architects and Acton Ostry Architects, is currently on the rise at George Brown College’s waterfront campus in Toronto. It is the first tall, mass timber, institutional facility to be constructed in the province, and is on track to be one of the most sustainably ambitious projects in the nation. It is a real thrill to see our work publicized alongside such trailblazing projects like Flora, a tall wood residential building designed by Michael Green Architecture and CALQ Agence d’Architecture, and Intelligent City, an integrated design and manufacturing system in British Columbia.
Stay tuned for more exciting ways that MTA is making a significant mark on the mass timber building industry, through project work, design innovation, and collaborative research.
Read article here.