Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square Will Receive a Makeover

The city of Toronto announced yesterday that a joint venture between local firms Plant Architect and Perkins+Will Shore Tilbe Irwin won the design competition for a $34 million revitalization of Nathan Phillips Square. This 12-acre civic space surrounding Toronto’s city hall has remained essentially unchanged since the iconic Modernist building by Finnish architect Viljo Revell was completed in 1965.

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