Limberlost Place Wins ArchitizerA+ Award
We are thrilled to announce that Limberlost Place, the net-zero carbon emissions, mass timber, highly innovative project designed by Moriyama Teshima Architects and Acton Ostry Architects, is the 2023 Jury Winner of Architizer Awards in the Unbuilt Sustainable Non-Residential Project category!
New this year, the A+ Sustainability categories celebrate those projects that are contributing to a more sustainable, equitable, and resilient built environment. Architizer defines a “sustainable” building as one that incorporates sustainable systems, healthy or climate positive materials, and ethical building practices into its design, construction, and maintenance.
Limberlost Place, currently under construction at George Brown College’s waterfront campus in Toronto, is truly a ground-breaking endeavour on multiple levels, but it is particularly ambitious in its climate action targets and sustainability metrics. We are very excited to see this special project being recognized for its design innovation on a global scale, through this prestigious awards program. Thank you to the judges at Architizer, and thank you to everyone who cast a vote in Limberlost Place’s favour.
Read more about the project, and all Architizer Award finalists, by clicking the link here.