Michael Hough’s landscape design for Ontario Place is a seminal work in the 1960’s shift in landscape architecture practice that grounded design in ecology and community use. Climate change’s accelerating effects must inform the future development of Ontario Place—its ecology, programming, and value to the public. What will the adaptive reuse of Ontario Place look like when it considers biodiversity and climate resiliency? How will these decisions impact or compliment its architectural and landscape heritage values?
Moderated by Jane Wolff
Featured speakers: Robert Allsopp, Charles A. Birnbaum, Belinda Tato,