DTAH Partner Megan Torza spoke on an episode of Transforming Cities, a podcast by Authentic Form and Function that highlights people who are rethinking the way cities are built and improving the urban experience.

Megan shares how she was influenced by a strong personal interest in adaptive re-use as a means to invigorate cities, eventually leading her to be actively engaged in the design of both the Artscape Wychwood Barns and Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto. In this episode you'll hear insights into DTAH's history and design process as a collaborative architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design studio, our ongoing work with ravines in Toronto and the Lower Don, and other current projects including the Niagara Falls Cultural Hub & Farmers' Market, Toronto's Danforth Garage Master Plan, and the Baker District Redevelopment in Guelph. Megan also discusses the projects and designers around the world that are inspiring her, from Allies & Morrison's Master Plan for King's Cross Central in London to innovations in wood building and open-source information sharing by Michael Green Architecture (MGA).

Listen to Transforming Cities podcast here

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