We are happy to share that MTA’s work, particularly in sustainable, mass timber architecture, has been featured in the 2024 Ontario Design Magazine!
The article, entitled “Sustainable, Poetic Architecture”, speaks of our practice’s design philosophy and how our core values drive us to leave our surroundings in a better state than they were found. It also delves into two projects that exemplify our commitment to sustainability in the built environment: Limberlost Place at George Brown College’s Waterfront Campus (joint venture with Acton Ostry Architects) and the new Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) Headquarters, which are currently under construction in Toronto. Both buildings, through the successful employment of mass timber structural systems, have led to advancements in the industry – removing barriers for other projects looking to employ this carbon sequestering, high performance material.
Get your hands on your own copy of the magazine or access the digital version by clicking here.