What We Found/What We Did

In the ground floor hallway of the Centre for Green Cities at Evergreen Brick Works is the Green Design Exhibit. This exhibit tells a complex story of the transformation of an abandoned brownfield into an internationally recognized centre for sustainability. Large scale panels articulate the reasoning for the decisions made during redevelopment, as well as interpreting the significant sustainability features of the site. For anyone interested in sustainable development, it’s a fascinating case study worth learning about.

project manager and curator ROBERT PLITT exhibit designer FERRUCCIO SARDELLA graphic designer KAILA JACQUES art director LEA ANNE ARMSTRONG writers ERIN ELLIOT, FRASER LOS video MORGAN ZEIGLER architectural consultants MEGAN TORZA, JOE LOBKO, WALTON CHAN, MICHEAL LECKMAN contributing artist MICAH DONOVAN


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