Inaugural Winter Stations winning installations brighten up Toronto's Beach locale
By Bustler Editors|
Wednesday, Mar 4, 2015
Why limit outdoor festivities to only the summer season? The inaugural Winter Stations design competition invited architects around the globe to propose lively but winter-resilient temporary installations to be built in the heart of Toronto's Beach neighborhood.
For its first run, the competition had a great start with reeling in just under 200 submissions from 36 countries. In the end, the jury selected five winning entries.
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The winners of the Winter Stations 2014-2015 competition are:
- Driftwood Throne by Daniel Madeiros
- Sling Swing by Ed Butler, Dan Wiltshire, and Frances McGeown
- Hot Box by Michaela MacLeod and Nicholas Croft
- Wing Back by Timothy Olson
- Snow Cone by Lily Jeon and Diana Koncan
The installations are on public display until March 22, 2015.
- Christopher Hume, Toronto Star Architect and Urban Affairs critic
- Shauna Levy, Design Exchange President
- Peter Hargraves, Sputnik Architects Principal
- Mary-Margaret McMahon, Toronto City Councilor
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