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What’s Out There: A Database of Local Landscapes

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A new database educates Torontonians about the city’s wealth of world-class parks, plazas and gardens

The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s recently-launched database of local landscape projects identifies each space’s designer and style, helpfully illustrating the difference between the playful postmodernism of Yorkville Park’s 600-ton rock fragment and the picturesque plantings at High Park. Among the 80-plus locations profiled are a few hidden gems, including Guild Park and Gardens (shown above), a Scarborough sanctuary filled with architectural elements salvaged from razed Toronto buildings.

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Get a closer look at what you can expect to find in the 2024 New Builds Issue of Designlines Magazine

In the 2024 Spring/Summer Issue of Designlines, we focus on New Builds and “celebrate the profound impact of creating something new, not just as an architectural endeavour but as a testament to laying down roots and shaping the very essence of our city’s identity,” editor-in-chief Joseph Cicerone writes.

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