Join TSA for their next Urban Affairs forum where they will be discussing Toronto’s Vision for Tall Buildings. The long anticipated City of Toronto downtown Tall Buildings Study has recently been released. Building on the city wide tall buildings guidelines released five years ago, this study has resulted in a set of performance standards, including regulations, that will determine where and how tall growth will occur in the downtown core. What does this study mean for Toronto’s city centre and what kind of change can we expect to see in the skyline, streetscape and everything in between?
For more information about the Tall Buildings Study, please visit: www.toronto.ca/planning/tallbuildingstudy.htm
THEME | Toronto’s Tall Buildings – Visions of High Streets, Types and Performance Standards for our communities
MODERATOR | Richard Witt, Co-Chair, Toronto Society of Architects
GUESTS | Robert Freedman, Director – Urban Design, City of Toronto | Gregg Lintern, Director – City Planning, City of Toronto | Helen Bulat, City Planning, City of Toronto | Frank Lewinberg, Partner, Urban Strategies Inc. | David Pontarini, Partner, Hariri Pontarini Architects | Carl Blanchaer, Principal, WZMH Architects | Ian Theaker, Sustainability Consultant
The 2011 TSA Urban Affairs Forum Series is generously sponsored by:
PRESENTING SPONSOR | Genivar
Toronto Society of Architects (TSA)