Following three community meetings and a survey organized by the ‘Friends of Wildwood Park’, a preferred concept for the redesign of the park has been developed. Scott Torrance Landscape Architects have developed this preferred concept plan. The park will have new play structures for a wider range of children, a new shade structure and mulched play surface.
To celebrate and animate our neighbourhood during the WinterStations art event, the Design Exchange is hosting workshops at 1934 Queen St. E. on feb 28th and Mar. 7th from 1-4pm.
Below is the short-list of top ideas submitted by groups at the Queen Street Revival. Choose the idea that captures your imagination and help to make it a reality. As always, if you require any assistance from the city please contact my office anytime.
The WinterStations launch was a huge success! Thank you to everyone that was involved.
You can visit these incredible art pieces until March 22.
Here are some of the recent articles covering the WinterStations:
Toronto Star (print and online)
Metro News (print and online)
CBC Metro Morning (radio)
Beach Metro News
The upcoming Winterstations festival is gaining momentum and press.
Check out some of the local and national news stories about this exciting event.
‘Warming huts’ to transform lifeguard stations on Toronto beach — Toronto Star: January 13, 2015
Finalists revealed in Toronto’s inaugural Winter Stations design competition — Canadian Architect: January 13, 2015
Winter Stations Competition jury narrows down to four finalists –Daily Commercial News: January 28, 2015
These Aren’t Your Average Lifeguard Stations —Torontoist: January 13, 2015