How Tomlin’s Creek was lost, found, and lost again

There’s ancient Lake Iroquois sand on Glen Davis Crescent near Kingston Rd. and Woodbine Ave., you just have to look closely to... Read More

Toronto’s swelling bedrock

In general, Toronto is a relatively easy place to build underground. Our glacial history left the city with stiff clayey soil and our... Read More

In memory of the St. Lawrence Market canopy

In 2012, National Geographic ranked the St. Lawrence Market the best in the world. The vendors on both sides of Front Street were... Read More

Philadelphia’s airport rail link: what could have been

EDITOR’S NOTE: This post is intended as a follow up to Glyn Bowerman’s commentary from yesterday on the high fares planned... Read More

Bridge Building / Building Bridge

Editor’s note: This is the twelfth post in a series by students at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design... Read More

NXT City Prize: Bob Lehman and urban structure

The NXT CITY PRIZE is all about vision to reimagine Toronto’s public spaces and inject a sense of energy, dynamism and reflexivity... Read More

Daylighting the Urban Wetland

Editor’s note: This is the eleventh post in a series by students at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and... Read More

Recovering Lost Landscape with Productive Infrastructures

Editor’s note: This is the tenth post in a series by students at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design... Read More