LEADING THE WAY: Understanding the World of Wayfinding

WHAT: Leading the Way: Understanding the World of Wayfinding WHEN: Monday, May 5th, 6:30-9:00pm WHERE: Eaton Lecture Theatre (RCC204)... Read More

Designing Cities that Positively Impact Mental Health

A critically important conversation topic that we should begin to engage in is how we can strategically use the design of cities to... Read More

Has the TTC finally found their wayfinding way?

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is currently testing changes to its subway signage. New signs have been rolled out at Bloor-Yonge... Read More

Keeping warm this winter in Toronto’s indoor spaces

For most Torontonians, Spring couldn’t come any sooner. The icy cold that has gripped the city since December has let up on only a few... Read More

Toronto’s Art Deco disrict? Take a walk along Eglinton Avenue West

On a recent walk along Eglinton just east of Bathurst, I noticed that several blocks are lined with beautiful Art Deco apartment... Read More

Book Review: Thinking about Yonge-Dundas Square

2013 is not only the 10th anniversary of Spacing, but also the 10th anniversary of Yonge-Dundas Square. The two anniversaries are... Read More

FoodShare’s new food trucks aim to give grocery stores food for thought

In the early 90s, when FoodShare first thought up the idea of bringing markets on wheels — food trucks filled with fresh, affordable... Read More

REID: An opportunity at Yonge + Bloor

Yonge and Bloor is one of the most notable intersections in Toronto, the meeting of our central north-south street with one of our... Read More