September 14, 2005
by Canadian Architect
Innovative work by 24 faculty members, consisting of building projects, landscape projects, urban design proposals, art and scholarly writing on architectural history and theory is currently on display until September 27 in the U of T Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design’s Eric Arthur Gallery located at 230 College Street in Toronto.
This is the first time in the past decade that the school has presented a comprehensive show of faculty work, revealing the diversity and progressive spirit of the faculty. Now in its 115th year, the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design is recognized internationally for its outstanding students and faculty. Its graduates have spread across Canada and the world as innovators and leaders in the design professions.