Canadian Architect, November 3, 2013
The Visionary (re)Generation Open International Design Competition was launched in December 2012 as a challenge to the world’s most innovative landscape architects, architects and planners to rethink Winnipeg’s Fort Garry campus, including the Southwood Precinct, and create a bold new plan that will secure a strong future for the University of Manitoba.
BlogTO, September 11, 2013
45 teams from 17 countries submitted their design proposals in Phase 1; six finalist teams were selected by the jury to further develop their proposals in Phase 2.
The University of Manitoba recently announced the winners, with DTAH of Toronto with Cohlmeyer Architecture Limited of Winnipeg, Integral Group of Toronto, and BA Group of Toronto in third place.
The Georgian style Francis Beale Building at King and Parliament, built in 1852, is getting a new lease on life thanks to a drastic facadist treatment funded by its owner and neighbour, Little Trinity Church.
UrbanToronto.ca, September 9, 2013
In December 2012, a team of builders led by DTAH and E.R.A. architects shored up the crumbling brick facade and demolished everything behind, including the old foundations. From a hole in the ground rose an entirely new structure, cleverly disguised as the very thing it replaced, plus a little extra at the rear / written by Chris Bateman
The restoration of Little Trinity Church Workman's Cottage at 399 King Street East goes beyond mere façadism. Behind a fully restored northern façade, DTAH has designed a modern yet contextually sensitive building that will bring new life and much needed additional space to the previously abandoned and badly dilapidated heritage site / written by Jack Landau
Green Building & Design, Sep-Oct 2013
From the site of a former fuelling station rises a contemporary space worthy of Ontario's arts-minded patrons. Featuring low-maintenance, "easy landscaping" designed by DTAH, the Burlington Performing Arts Centre is the first LEED Gold freestanding performing arts center in Ontario and is the product of a long existing cultural and sustainable goal / written by Ashley T. Kjos
The Toronto Star, August 08, 2013
Streetcar Developments plans to fill Leslieville's void in community programming with a 12-storey mid-rise that will include a 10,000-square-foot performing arts facility and community hub at the base of the building. Designed by DTAH and operated by Crow’s Theatre, it will be the first performing arts facility of its kind in the eastern end of the city / written by Ryan Starr
UrbanToronto.ca, July 19, 2013
An urban planning proposal for the Port Credit waterfront is under consideration by the City of Mississauga, for a significant revitalization of the lakeside area of the community. In order to approach the contextual renewal of the port lands, DTAH, the leading urban planner retained to produce the Master Plan, addresses the surrounding urban landscape and site influences while integrating input from over 3,000 people who were engaged in the planning process / written by Ted DuArte
Toronto Life, June 2013
An enthusiastic list of reasons to love Toronto includes a byproduct of the condo boom - theatre companies are getting awesome new stages! Crow's Theatre will finally find a permanent home with a 200-seat theatre, café and rehearsal space designed by DTAH at the base of a condo at Dundas and Carlaw, set to open in 2015.
GuelphMercury.com, 16 June 2013
The DTAH proposal for development at the former W.C. Wood property in Guelph has been a collaborative process resulting in a design that residents and the developer can be excited about. The design calls for features that blend with the existing character of the neighbourhood and includes two high rises on each end of the 3.26 hectares property, a series of four-storey townhouses along Arthur Street, three eight- to 10-storey condos behind the townhouses, as well as the revitalization of a heritage structure along the Speed River / written by Rob O'Flanagan
Landscapes Paysages, Spring 2013
On November 16, 2012, ground was broken on the Queens Quay Boulevard in Toronto, marking the initiation of a long-awaited revitalization of a 3.5-kilometre stretch of Toronto's Central Waterfront. The Boulevard will bring the city an important step closer to realizing the award-winning vision for the Central Waterfront generated in 2006 by West 8 + DTAH.
Award Magazine, April 2013
Peter Fletcher Smith, DTAH partner and landscape architect for the new Goodes Hall, discusses how the landscape design knits into the larger campus, and yet reflects the particular character of the new building and its immediate context / written by Christine Peets
UrbanToronto.ca, May 9, 2013
Waterfront Toronto continues to revitalize Toronto’s Lake Ontario shoreline, making the city's southern edge more enjoyable, accessible, and beautiful. UrbanToronto.ca gives you a glimpse of all the pieces of this major undertaking, including the West 8 + DTAH designs currently under construction / written by Devon Johnson
www.yongeandrich.com, Apr 25, 2013
John Hillier, DTAH partner, discusses his vision for the landscape design at YONGE + RICH, and the project's unique fusion of metropolitan sophistication and gritty heritage context.
UrbanToronto.ca, April 18, 2013
Behind the preserved facades of Little Trinity Anglican Church, the foundation has been laid, and the DTAH design for a new two-storey space is ready to rise from the ruins of the long disused Workmen's Cottages / written by Devon Johnson
NiagaraFallsReview.ca, April 3, 2013
Residents who attended the meeting were treated to a multitude of details, from the tidbit the bridge will have mesh barriers “as light and airy as possible,” to the plan for nighttime lighting with a “nice glow” that won’t adversely affect the environment / written by Karena Walter
GuelphMercury.com, March 20, 2013
DTAH's master plan proposes lower buildings, more connection to the river, consideration for parking that is out of view, and using the heritage building still on the site for public purpose. “Thank you,” said Barb Mann, a Ward 1 Guelph resident, after DTAH's presentation outlining the revised vision for development of the site. “I think you heard us.” / written by J. Shuttleworth
Places to Grow – Ministry of Infrastructure, February 2013
The Ontario Growth Secretariat case study illustrates key policies in the "Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe", and outlines the redevelopment project’s success in transforming an urban brownfield site “into a multi-purpose facility and public park, while creating a transit-supportive, pedestrian-oriented environment and high quality public open spaces.”
Award Magazine, February 2013
Currently under construction in downtown Belleville, the Quinte Consolidated Courthouse facility is expected to be a catalyst for the rejuvenation of the city's newly defined Courthouse District. DTAH provided Peer Landscape Consulting services to the DBFM team / written by Pamela Tourigny
The Charlatan, February 4, 2013
The many factors that influence the future shape of Carleton’s campus are discussed by facilities management and planning vice-president Darryl Boyce, and Roger du Toit of DTAH – architects of Carleton’s 2010 Master Plan / written by Cullen Bird
The National Post, January 26, 2013
In finding a permanent home away from Toronto's established theatre district, and choosing to nest in Leslieville, Crow's Theatre seeks to redefine the relationship between artistic direction and spectator by getting to know its audience - and its neighbours. “This isn’t,” says Lobko, partner at DTAH, himself an east end resident, “just about building a theatre; it’s about sharing it with an area that needs it. For one third of the year, that will be theatre; for the other two-thirds, it will be available for community activities”
Toronto Star, Jan 8, 2013
After 30 years without a permanent home, Crow’s Theatre plans to settle down in Leslieville, in facilities designed by DTAH / written by Carys Mills
The Globe and Mail, January 8, 2013
Crow’s Theatre announces plans to open a 200-seat theatre in the heart of Toronto’s east-end Leslieville neighbourhood, an $8-million home designed by DTAH and built into the base of a new condo tower being erected by Streetcar Developments.