Student Research

2016

Carter-Shamai, Sam. Back space: Exploring Residual Territories and Landscapes of Deletion.
For full report, click here.

Coutinho, Wayne. A study of municipal policies in Ontario to manage rainwater where it falls through Green Stormwater Infrastructure. For full report, click here.

Shakya Singh, Nisha. Economic of Density Bonusing in Securing Affordable Housing.

Marquis, Taylor. A Design Vision for Decommissioning the Pickering Nuclear Power Plant.

2015

Hickey, Kathryn. The Role of Transitional Uses, Temporary Interventions & “Ephemerality” in Post-Industrial Waterfront Spaces: Lessons for Toronto’s Port Lands.

Manning, Evan. Suburban Modern: Examining the Tools for the Preservation of a Mid-Century Community.

Simpson-Walker, Vanessa. Rethinking Community Gardens.

2014

Flood, Kristen. A Planner’s Guide: Conserving Brutalist and Concrete Modern Buildings in Toronto.

Gordon, Geordie. (RE)Discovering Toronto’s Waterfront: Infrastructure and Connectivity in a Post-Industrial Landscape.

2013

Comars, Adrienne. [THE POWER OF THE UNPLANNED: TORONTO’S LOOSE SPACE GUIDE].

Kohler, Joshua. Pandora’s box: Proposal for a design competition.

Rittemann, Theresa. Playfully Green Futures: A Planning Guide for Natural Playscapes in Canada.

2012

D’Souza, Lily. Past, Present and Possible: Toward an Integrated Approach for Natural Heritage Conservation.

Williams, Lacey. Combining Art, Water, and a Traditional Aboriginal Perspective: Profiling Garrison Creek for Planners.

2011

Heron-Monk, Courtney. Grandma in the Greenbelt: How the Natural Disposal of Our Dead Could Save Ontario’s Green Space.

Tito, Erin. Strategies to Animate Toronto’s Transitional Post-Industrial Waterfront.

2010

Cancelli, Ariana. People, Place and Landscape: A Bottom-Up, Adaptive and Catalytic Approach to Tower Renewal.

Kreklo, Jessica. Rust Never Sleeps: Infrastructural Urbanism and Planning for Change.


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