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Adaptive reuse as a means for building strong urban fabric

Jan 2019

Adaptive reuse as a means for building strong urban fabric with Megan Torza, Architect and Partner at DTAH Toronto.

Megan's professional development has been influenced by a strong personal interest in adaptive reuse and the integration of contemporary architecture into historic urban fabric. 

She's helped develop and implement two of Torontos most beloved community hubs: the Artscape Wychwood Barns and the Evergreen Brick Works both award-winning, LEED certified examples of the creative adaptive reuse of abandoned industrial facilities for not-for-profit clients.

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