Doors Open Toronto: Canadian Landscape Architecture Talk

Fort York Visitor Centre Theatre
250 Fort York Blvd

Presented by: City of Toronto

Landscape Architect Alissa North speaks to her work as an Associate Professor at the Daniels Faculty and as a practitioner at North Design Office. She’ll introduce works from her upcoming book, Innate Terrain: Canadian Landscape Architecture, which features essays exploring the unique relationship between Canadian landscape architecture and the land’s terrain.

Landscape Architect, Daniels Faculty alumnus and Associé of Montreal’s Claude Cormier + Associés, Marc Hallé explores how some of these big topics are expressed through form and technique by using four Toronto parks as a lens to frame how design innovations can manifest social priorities and evolving civic values into the nuts and bolts of built works of landscape architecture.

For more information visit the Doors Open Toronto website.