DTAH thought-leaders Brent Raymond, Chris Veres, James Roche and Yvonne Battista are presenting at the 2021 CSLA Congress on Friday May 28, and Saturday May 29, 2021. This year’s congress theme is “Nature-Based Solutions: The Green Recovery that Ensures a Great Recovery”.
Chris will present Preparing for Takeoff: A Landscape-Focused Vision for the Downsview Park Aerospace Campus with David Anselmi from the Canada Lands Company on Track 2 in Session 1 on Friday from 1:15 to 1:45 PM EDT.
Yvonne, James and Brent will all present as part of Session 1 on Saturday, from 1:15 to 1:45 PM EDT on Track 2, presenting Thru Fresh Eyes: Celebrating New Typologies of Open Space.
Brent will also present Complete Streets: 20 Years On, on Saturday in Session 2 from 2:00 to 2:30 PM EDT on Track 2.
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Friday Session 1, Track 2: Preparing for Takeoff: A Landscape-Focused Vision for the Downsview Park Aerospace Campus, David Anselmi and Chris Veres
This presentation will tell the story of the Aerospace Campus Master Plan, established with the guidance of DTAH for Canada Lands Company. Through a discussion of both current and future projects at Downsview Park, Chris and David will demonstrate how a landscape-focused vision can result in a successful process, product and enduring performance for both built and natural interventions.
Saturday Session 1, Track 2: Thru Fresh Eyes: Celebrating New Typologies of Open Space, Yvonne Battista, Brent Raymond and James Roche
The presentation will discuss how cities take advantage of the often forgotten in-between spaces by referencing three DTAH projects as case studies: Toronto’s Green Line, the Brampton Riverwalk, and Vaughan’s Edgeley Pond and Park.
Saturday Session 2, Track 2: Complete Streets: 20 Years On, Brent Raymond
The presentation will touch on a range of items: the basics of Complete Streets, what has worked and what hasn’t, the importance of context, and working with other professions and champions to make it happen, and the future of street design.