Wàwàtesí is a vision for a transformative world-class park that can become a true place of performance and reconciliation in the heart of Toronto’s arts district.
A 21st-century culture park that aims to be radically inclusive, the design is heavily informed by local Indigenous teachings, art, and philosophy, along with a healthy appreciation for the invisible and sublime, and the dynamic urban life and subcultures of Toronto.
City of Toronto
West 8 – landscape architecture
Minokamik Collective – Indigenous design partner
Native Art Department International – public artist
hcma architects – architect
ERA Architects – heritage and public engagement
kg&a – strategic communications and programming
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