PLANT Architect Wins National CSLA Award
The Pottery Road Bicycle and Pedestrian Crossing in Toronto has been recognized by the CSLA as a preeminent example of Canadian landscape architecture. It is one of fifteen projects that received a national award this year.
The project has significantly improved the safety of pedestrians and cyclists in Toronto, and has become a landmark entry to the Lower Don Recreational Trail. It draws on key elements of the Don Valley, echoing the site’s ecological and post-industrial history and choreographing a twenty-first-century experience of the Lower Don landscape where urban infrastructure meets urban ecology.