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Redux Park

by - Monday, June 14, 2010

If you could re-imagine the urban park, what would it look like? Would it be a visual stunner like Millenium Park in Chicago with its fantastical web of structure and sound and the Jay Pritzker Pavilion...

Or more like Stanley Park in Vancouver, a lush oasis on the edge of the city...

Maybe you like parks in the heart of it all, like the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston?

Come out this Friday June 18th and hear 8 of Toronto's hottest architects, landscape designers, and urban planners give their thoughts on "re-imagining the urban park", all in lightening-speed 7 minute presentations! HandyMan and I are doing it again and have put together this exciting next edition of PechaKucha Night Toronto.

graphic design by aftermodern lab

Arren Williams (that always-stylish chap you may know from CityLine and Canadian House & Home magazine) is our host once again.

And the event is FREE. By the lake. With a bar :) Harbourfront - York Quay, 235 Queens Quay West, show starts at 8pm. Hope to see you there!!

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  1. I'm so jealous! Wish I could attend but alas, the event is a little too far from B.C.

    Thanks for the link. I always enjoy your blog.

  2. This sounds like a fabulous event to attend...please recap for us! Janell

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  4. If I was closer I'd go -- sounds like a great time!



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