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OAA announces landscape design competition for its HQ

DCN-JOC News Services
OAA announces landscape design competition for its HQ

TORONTO — The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) has announced it will launch a landscape design competition for its headquarters.

The winning project of the anonymous competition will be awarded the contract to redesign the landscaping at the OAA property at 111 Moatfield Dr. in Toronto.

Among the goals is a furthering of the association’s Renew + Refresh initiative, which made the Toronto building a target for net-zero design, stated a release. The competition reflects the priorities of the OAA’s five-year Strategic Plan.

The juried competition, overseen by Ontario architect Joe Lobko, will be open to teams led by a licensed member of the OAA or a full member of the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA) able to conduct the work through a Certificate of Practice or landscape architecture firm. All participating teams must include an OALA landscape architect and a civil engineer.  

Submissions will be showcased as part of a special public exhibition at the OAA headquarters, viewable during the annual Doors Open Toronto event at the end of May.

The competition officially launches March 20, with final submissions due on Thursday, May 16.


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