Written by Invited Juries

Ravine-Recreate Studio

University of Toronto, Fall 2016

Taught by Professor Alissa North, Ravine Re-Create was a cross-disciplinary studio in landscape architecture, urban design, and architecture that explored how “rivers and ravines could be repositioned as living and dynamic systems within a city.” Working with the City of Toronto, Evergreen Brick Works, and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), students in the studio envisioned and developed innovative design ideas to inspire targeted catalytic solutions of change.

Congratulations to all of the students who participated in the studio:

Andrew Hooke, Rachel Salmela, Tianjiao Yan, Zhoufan Wan, Yuan Zhuang, Anna Varga-Papp, Stephen Brophy, Asuka Kono, Leonard Flot, Kangning Zhao, Kamila Grigo, Christina Boyer, Hannah Soules, Xinyu Hao