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Championing resiliency this Earth Day

by ERA Architects

...can help to bolster many communities’ move from resource-based to creative economies. ERA’s work with historic infrastructure to find new uses for their spaces has spurred place-based economies. At the Distillery District, we transformed a brownfield site into an arts and culture hub, driven by below-market rents for artists’ studios. Our work at Cambium Farms in Caledon has adapted a...

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Heritage Toronto 2017 Award Nominations and Great Architectural Heritage Bus Tour

by ERA Architects

...of heritage building exploration through their Great Architectural Bus Tour, set to take place on September 9th from 10:00am – 3:00pm. The tour begins at 10-12 Market Street and will feature a selection of past Heritage Toronto Architectural Conservation and Craftsmanship Award recipients, including ERA projects: Don Jail, Imperial Plaza and the Distillery District. Tickets are currently on sale here....

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TORONTO the GOOD

by ERA Architects

TORONTO THE GOOD: MAY 27th WHEN: Tuesday, May 27th, 2008 starting at 7pm WHERE: Fermenting Cellar, Distillery District HOW MUCH: $10 gets you into the site, plus food • CASH BAR DJs: Track Meet ATTIRE: dress to impress, but not enforced RSVP: email [email protected] WEB: http://www.torontothegood.org Dear Torontonians, The Festival of Architecture and Design is here again, and the folks...

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Announcing Founding Principal Edwin Rowse’s retirement from ERA Architects Inc.

by ERA Architects

...group of principals. Edwin’s remarkable capacity to combine finely detailed architectural, historical and technical considerations — whether for conservation or adaptive reuse projects — became a driving inspiration behind many of ERA’s projects, from the Distillery District in Toronto to national historic sites such as Parkwood Estate and Ruthven Park, to Trinity St. Paul’s Church for Tafelmusik, and to Ottawa’s...

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