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“Interventions that defer to the natural landscape of the park and support staff and visitors without encouraging activities that would impact park ecology.”
The Tommy Thompson Park infrastructure project consists of a series of small pavilions, designed as elemental shelters with varying degrees of enclosure, to support the enjoyment, management and interpretation of the Park.
Managed by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, it is an integral component of Lake Ontario Park on Toronto’s Lake Ontario waterfront. Located on the Leslie Spit, a man-made peninsula, the Park provides a unique urban wilderness environment that sees close to 250,000 visitors per year. Tommy Thompson Park is home to a complex mosaic of habitats, which support a diverse community of plants and wildlife.
Completion Date: 2013
Project Type: Community
Building Size: 3,200 sq. ft.
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