Much of PLANT’s streetscape for Kew Gardens Park in Toronto’s Beach neighbourhood is now in place, and next month the signature element will be installed: a 17.7 m-long, water jet-cut aluminum screen bearing Kew founder Joseph Williams’s description of the park as “a place of innocent amusement.” PLANT’s Matthew Hartney took this photo of the screen nearing completion at Versan Steel Fabrication in Vaughan, ON. Shown left to right: PLANT’s senior landscape architect, Eric Klaver, Versan project manager Ken Ford, and PLANT partner Lisa Rapoport.