The Globe & Mail: The city of the future in Mississauga? It could happen, if the rules allow it

The landscape architecture here is also notable: It promises to be forest with a diversity of species and a real, functioning ecosystem. Mark Thomann, a landscape architect with the prominent American firm WHY Architecture, explains the plantings will emulate the kind of ecosystem that would exist here if it was not, at the moment, a giant parking lot. “Think of all the reasons people want to go out into a forest,” he says, “for contact with nature, for learning, for relaxation. How could all that cycle happen in an urban development where you’re watching that forest grow?”
– Alex Bozikovic, The Globe and Mail
Read the article in The Globe and Mail:
September 30th, 2022
Sustainability,  Urban Parks,  WHY Features