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Toronto City Hall – Nathan Phillips Square

Toronto’s largest accessible green roof is situated on the podium deck of Toronto’s iconic New City Hall. Approximately 36,000 sq.ft. the green roof surrounds the twin towers. Composed of interlocking, gravel pathways with concrete and wooden benches. The green roof creates a park for visitors to stroll and rest when visiting Nathan Phillips Square. Made up of 6” x 4” live roof modules it is composed of grasses, sedums and perennials in a kaleideo scope of colours.

PRODUCT: Extensive (Public Accessible) Green Roof and Roof Replacement.
ARCHITECT: Plant Architect, Inc. & Shore Tilbe Perkins + Will – A Joint Venture
CLIENT: City of Toronto
LOCATION: Toronto, ON

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