“Limberlost place is pushing the boundaries of what is possible for mass-timber buildings.”
Waterfront Toronto has released an in-depth blog post about Limberlost Place at George Brown College in Toronto, our joint project with Acton Ostry Architects. As the first tall-wood mass timber building in Ontario, this write-up speaks to the impact the project will have, and is already having, on the urban design and future developments occurring along the city’s shoreline to Lake Ontario.
Learn more about how Limberlost Place was conceived, the ways in which it is pushing boundaries for conventional construction and architectural design practices, and the many features of the building that set the bar higher for AEC sustainability and innovation precedents.
Read the article here.