Yearly Archives: 2013

Yearly Archives: 2013
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OPWA 2013 Project of the Year

Jack Darling Park / Lorne Park Water Treatment Plant Retrofit

City of Mississauga (2013)

Brown+Storey Architects worked with the project team to develop a highly innovative strategy for new additions to a ‘buried’ water treatment plant that is also part of the very popular Jack Darling Park in Mississauga.

Rendering of B+SA's alternative proposal for the boundaries of Metrolinx's Georgetown South Corridor Expansion, promoting the use of new trees, living walls, and new trails and linear parks to soften the corridor's impact on neighbourhoods.

Georgetown South Corridor Expansion – Noise Barrier Alternatives Community Study

Junction Triangle Rail Committee and Wabash Building Society (2013)

Metrolinx is expanding its commuter rail corridor through West Toronto in order to provide capacity for the Union-Pearson Express air-rail link and expanded GO Transit service to Georgetown, Guelph and Kitchener. The corridor passes through mature neighbourhoods and present-day brownfield …

View of the Brown+Storey Architects' proposed Public Scaffold.
Winner, Green Line Ideas Competition (2013)

Toronto Green Line: Public Scaffold

International Competition organized and sponsored by Workshop Architecture / Spacing Magazine / OAA / TSA (2013)

Our winning Green Line Competition B entry proposed a two-level bridge crossing for underpasses along Toronto's crosstown freight line, partially enclosed in an ephemeral glass scaffold suitable for mounting public art and announcements.

Our proposal envisions sequences of semi-enclosed rooms created by structured hedges. Safe views to the adjacent rail corridor are maintained in the gaps between sections of green wall.

Toronto Green Line: Rhumba ‘Round My Garden

International Competition organized and sponsored by Workshop Architecture / Spacing Magazine / OAA / TSA (2013)

Our Green Line Competition A entry proposed a sequence of structured open spaces along the linear corridor created by Toronto's crosstown freight lines.

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