Finding the Ravine: Gateway to Toronto’s Urban Edges

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

The Atlanta BeltLine: Catalyst infrastructure and city systems

Atlanta, GA, the sprawling southern metropolis, has followed a classic pattern of modern North American urban growth. As the city... Read More

Toronto World Pride: A video look back at the 1989 Pride celebration

As Toronto begins its rather massive World Pride celebrations this year, we’re pleased to present another film of a previous... Read More

The view from a condo — a resident of the new Fort York neighbourhood sees much potential as the area matures

EDITOR: We’re pleased to publish a guest essay by Kanishk Bhatia, a Toronto resident who recently returned to the city after... Read More

Winterdream — a 1993 walk through Allan Gardens and Cawthra Park

Occasionally Toronto filmmaker James Leahy puts together some of the Super 8 footage he shot in Toronto from the late 1980s onwards... Read More

Boston wants random awesomeness

Boston’s new mayor is hoping a new city program will result in some “random awesome designs” submitted for the city’s public spaces... Read More

If a tree falls in Etobicoke, does anyone notice? (Yes)

Last week I was walking to the convenience store up the street when I came across the tree above. It was the remains of a huge willow... Read More

2013 Excellence in Planning Awards recap

Projects based on making communities healthier and more livable were recognized at the Ontario Professional Planners Institute’s... Read More

IN THIS ISSUE: History of playgrounds in Toronto

The Summer 2013 issue of Spacing is jammed packed with a slew of great articles, photos, and interviews focused on Toronto urbanism... Read More