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Ready for Foot Traffic

MARCH 2021 ISSUE OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE. – Alex Bozikovic
The center of Toronto, a city of almost three million, is becoming increasingly crowded. So how can the city answer the need for public space? By remaking streets. A scheme by the landscape architects PUBLIC WORK proposes converting half of Toronto’s University Avenue into a linear park, and the idea has gained momentum.

Categories: Architecture, Foliage, Urban