More fantastic news to share about the Moriyama Teshima Architects and Acton Ostry Architects Inc. designed Limberlost Place. This mass timber, highly innovative building project has been selected as a finalist in this year’s Architizer Awards!
Limberlost Place is the first building of this type to be constructed in Ontario, in Canada, and perhaps the world. The design provides generous spaces focused on wellbeing, education, and sustainability. A model for 21st century smart, sustainable, green building innovation throughout the country, the 225,000sqft, net-zero carbon emissions Limberlost Place also has a made in Canada structural solution, where all the mass wood components have been sourced nationally. Currently under construction at George Brown College’s waterfront campus in Toronto, the project will stand as a landmark, tall wood, low-carbon building that will feature ecological innovation across its entire life cycle.
You can find Limberlost Place in the Unbuilt Sustainable Non-Residential Project Category. We appreciate every vote!VOTE HERE