press & exhibits

2019

Patricia Williams, “Ottawa's Confederation Line art a celebration of women's history”, Daily Commercial News, January 29, 2019.

2018

Pauline Butiaux, “Paysages cinétiques”, ARQ, Architecture & Design Québec, March 2018.
Laura Lind, “Walls of sound: A raw, streetwise scheme defines the Toronto headquarters of Aporia Records”, Canadian Architect, September 2018.
Aporia Records
Toby Musgrave, “Green Escapes: The Guide to Secret Urban Gardens”, Phiadon, 2018.

2017

Eric Mutrie, “Urban update: Five projects putting fresh spins on old city spaces”, DesignLines, Issue 1, 2017.
Edward Taylor, “Vintage symmetry: Creemore farmhouse project melds tradition and innovation”, Mountain Life, Summer 2017.
Michael Totzke, “Divide and conquer: Plus seven other à la minute tricks to transform your garden into an on-trend oasis this season”, The Globe and Mail, 11 May 2017.
Martha Uniacke Breen, “Everything old is new again”, National Post, 07 January 2017.

2016

Ellen Himmelfarb, “Say hello to the super park: How ambitious green spaces transform cities”, Azure, 26 September 2016.
Enzo DiMatteo, “Hidden Toronto (Nathan Phillips Square Peace Garden in round-up of Toronto's 25 "best kept secrets")”, Now, 18–24 August 2016.
Nathan Phillips Square
Elsa Lam, “Landscape vistas (Editorial on the 2016 CSLA Awards)”, Canadian Architect, August 2016.
“Q&A with PLANT Architect (Lisa Rapoport and Jason van der Burg on residential design considerations and Toronto's residential building stock)”, Wishpad Blog, 24 June 2016. wishpad.ca.
“PLANT unveils new bird-watching pavilions in Toronto”, Canadian Architect, June 2016.
Martha Uniacke Breen, “A sum greater than its parts: When math professors redesign a downtown loft”, National Post, 30 March 2016.
Lisa Rapoport, et al. “What to do with Old City Hall?” Spacing, (Winter 2016): 8–9.

2015

Susan Smith, “An adventure outdoors”, The Globe and Mail, 22 May 2015.
John Bentley Mays, “Circling the square”, Canadian Architect, June 2015.
Architectural League of New York, 30 Years of Emerging Voices: Idea, Form, Resonance, Princeton Architectural Press and The Architectural League of New York, (2015): 176.

2014

Chris Pommer, “Agora | Theatre: La revitalisation du Nathan Phillips Square à Toronto.” in La sauvegarde de l’architecture moderne, eds. France Vanlaethem and Marie-Josée Therrien, p. 283–290. Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2014.
Nathan Phillips Square
PLANT Architect Inc. “Boustrophedon Garden”, International New Landscape, No. 1, (2014): 54–61.
“Class Notes”, Waterloo Engineering Alumni Letter, No. 60 (September 2014).
PLANT Architect Inc. “Dublin Grounds of Remembrance”, Architext, no. 2, (Summer 2014): 76–78.
Jon Muldoon, “Plans for Kew get public view”, Beach Metro, 24 June 2014.
Patricia Williams, “PLANT sets roots for Kew Gardens transformation”, Daily Commercial News, 30 September 2014.
Michael Benedikt, Center 19: CURTAINS, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, 2014.
Lisa Rapoport, “Walking as reproduction”, On Site Review, Issue 31, (Spring 2014): 22–25.

2013

Chris van Uffelen, “Green city spaces”, Salenstein: Braun Publishing, 2013.
Vanessa Eickhoff, “Hidden stratum”, On Site, Vol. 29, Spring 2013.
Lisa Rapoport, “Lenticular Curtain”, Landscapes/Paysages, Vol. 15, No. 2, Spring 2013.
“Look Both Ways – Cityscape”, NOW, 4–10 April 2013.
Jeff Heuchert, “Market square proponents excited for future”, Stratford Gazette, March 2013.
Barbara Turnbull, “Modern home tours offer a chance to see inside Toronto’s contemporary architecture”, Toronto Star, 6 June 2013.
Carolyn Ireland, “Moving Up Rather Than Moving Out”, The Globe and Mail, 25 July 2013.
Martha Uniacke Breen and Shari Kulha, “Outdoors to adore: Plant Architect's landscape design for Baby Point home shows you really can have it all”, National Post, 21 June 2013.
Baby Point Gardens
Kelvin Browne, “Plant Architect’s Smart Design is an Appeal to Our Better Nature”, National Post, 10 August 2013.
Canadian Firefighters Memorial, Ottawa, Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation, 2013.

2012

“CSLA Awards”, Ground: Landscape Architect Quarterly, Issue 18, Summer 2012.
Carolyn Ireland, “Dishing Up a Green Oasis at a Former Ice-Cream Factory”, The Globe and Mail, 20 July 2012.
First Avenue Garden
Alex Bozikovic, “Great Spaces: Taking Care of Business”, Toronto Life, April 2012.
Alex Bozikovic, “How to merge contemporary design with an Arts and Crafts heritage”, The Globe and Mail, 14 December 2012.
“Nathan Phillips Square Podium Roof Garden”, Landscape World, Vol. 50, 2012.
Podium Roof Garden
“Nathan Phillips Square Podium Roof Garden”, New Concept Urban Landscape, p. 38–45, Phoenix Publishing Limited, 2012.
Podium Roof Garden
Janek Lowe, “New Exhibit Brings Art to the Streets of Galt”, The Record, 8 July 2012.
Carolyn Ireland, “New Shapes in Back Yards”, The Globe and Mail, 24 August 2012.
Nelda Rodger, “The Venice Architecture Biennale Goes Open Source”, Azure, 23 August 2012.
Venice Biennale 2012
Barbara P. Meister, “Toronto – City Hall”, Garden on Top, p. 154–157, Cadmos Verlag GmbH, 2012.
David Dick-Agnew, “Transforming Public Space with Art”, Azure, 18 July 2012.
Catalog: “Traces of Centuries & Future Steps”, Biennale Architettura di Venezia, 2012.

2011

Christopher Henry, “Boustrophedon Garden/PLANT Architect.” ArchDaily, July 2011. (Republished in Art & Design section of The International Business Times, July 2011). archdaily.com.
“Douglas Coupland/Plant Architect team wins Canadian Firefighters Memorial competition”, Building, Dec/Jan 2010/11.
Canadian Firefighters Memorial
“Farmhouse addition adds a modern touch”, The Globe and Mail, 21 July 2011.
Alex Bozikovic, “Great Spaces: An Aussie expat takes a sledgehammer to her Creemore farmhouse”, Toronto Life, August 2011.
Creemore Farm
Frank Edgerton Martin, “Here’s to Local Heroes”, Landscape Architecture Magazine, Vol. 101, No. 9, September 2011.
Carolyn Ireland, “How to Avoid Overexposure”, The Globe and Mail, 4 November 2011.
“The Regionals/Les Prix Regioneaus”, Landscapes, Summer 2011.
Edward Keenan, “Top 100 Public Spaces – Nathan Phillips Square”, Spacing, Summer 2011.
Nathan Phillips Square
Miranda Corcoran, Lisa Rapoport of PLANT Architect Inc. DX Blog, October 2011.

2010

Alex Bozikovic, “A Walk to Remember”, AZURE, March/April 2010.
Stanley Collyer, “A Worthy Tribute to Local Veterans in Middle America”, Competition Magazine, Summer 2010.
“Best of Canada – Paperstone Scissors”, Canadian Interiors, Fall 2010.
“Blue Note”, Public Landscape – Rihan International Culture Spread, pp. 220–223, 2010.
Blue Note
Rob Roberts, “City Hall Renovates its Basement”, National Post, April 2010.
CityNews.ca Staff, “$42 million Facelift for Nathan Phillips Square”, CityTV.com, April 2010.
Nathan Phillips Square
Antonella Artuso, “Facelift for ‘shabby’ Nathan Phillips”, Toronto Sun, 09 April 2010.
Nathan Phillips Square
“Foote’s Pond Wood”, Public Landscape – Rihan International Culture Spread, pp. 196–201, 2010.
Alex Bozikovic, “Home on the Range”, Toronto Life, August 2010.
Anne Dickens, “King+Spadina”, King+Spadina, The Insider, DesignLines, Summer 2010.
“Liza’s Garden”, Public Landscape – Rihan International Culture Spread, pp. 70–73, 2010.
Dave Nickle, “Nathan Phillips Square will get facelift after 50 years”, InsideToronto.com, April 2010.
Nicole Bruun-Meyer, “Parking Paradise”, Spacing Toronto, Winter 2010.
Jenny Andrews, “PLANT Architect Inc.” Garden Design, July/August 2010.
Kathryn Hayward, “This City”, Toronto Life, August 2010.
Tim McKeough, “Up on the Roof”, Metropolis, September 2010.
Ian Chodikoff, “Viewpoint”, Canadian Architect, February 2010.
Kelly Grant, “Work to begin on $42.7 million makeover…”, The Globe & Mail, 09 April 2010.

2009

Bernard St-Denis and Peter Jacobs, “An Artful Experiment”, Landscape Architecture, November 2009.
Denise Balkissoon et al, “Best of the City”, Toronto Life, August 2009.
Martin Julien and Brian Quirt, “Blue Note”, Canadian Theatre Review, 2009.
Blue Note
“Boustrophedon Garden CSLA Merit Award”, Ground 06, Summer 2009.
“Boustrophedon Garden, Landscape Design”, Canadian Interiors, Fall 2009.
“PLANTing Creativity in the Square”, Waterloo Engineering Alumni Letter, Summer 2009.
Deborah A. Metsger, “Watching the Garden Grow”, ROM, Spring 2009.

2008

Alex Bozikovic, “A rooftop garden fit for a philanthropist”, The Globe & Mail, 17 May 2008, alexbozikovic.com.
Carolyn Leitch, “An Inside Focused Outside”, The Globe and Mail, 11 January 2008, theglobeandmail.com.
Lisa Rapoport, “Architecture at Harbourfront”, TSA Newsletter, Summer 2008.
“Cabbagetown Rear Garden”, 1000x Architectures of the Americas, p. 176, Verlaghaus Braun, 2008.
“Discovery of Brand New Material”, Paperstone, International New Landscape, November/December 2008.
Jon Kaplan, “Hitting the Right Note”, NOW Magazine, 22 September 2008.
Mark Medley, “How does her garden grow?” National Post, 21 June 2008, nationalpost.com.
Marjorie Harris, “Larger Than Life”, Gardening Life, Spring 2008.
“Liza’s Garden”, Landscape World, p. 40–49, Volume 17.
“Liza’s Garden”, International New Landscape, p. 28–36, October 2008.
Matthew Hague, “ROM rooftop garden preview”, Spacing Toronto, 18 June 2008, spacing.ca.
Lloyd Alter, “Room With a View”, AZURE, October 2008.
Haike Falkenberg, “Small Private Gardens”, pp. 146–155, teNeues Publishing, 2008.
Lindsey Lowy, “Tropical Punch”, Canadian House and Home, May 2008.
Tim Richardson, Avant Gardeners, pp. 224–229, Thames & Hudson, 2008.
Pierre Thibault, ed, Jardins Ephemères/Ephemeral Gardens, pp. 12–15, Ephemeral Gardens, 2008.

2007

David Steiner, “Back to Square One”, AZURE, June 2007.
Sheri Craig, “Best of Canada Design Competition”, Canada Interiors, July/August 2007.
John Barber, “Changes for the ‘great play space’”, The Globe and Mail, 21 February 2007.
Carolyn Leitch, “Creating a matchless kitchen”, The Globe and Mail, 9 February 2007.
Ian Chodikoff, “Editorial + Announcement”, Canadian Architect, April 2007.
Kelvin Browne, “Making an Entrance”, AZURE, June 2007.
Rob Granatstein, “Making it hip to be square”, Toronto Sun, 21 February 2007.
Emily Norris, “Modern Treehouse”, Gardening Life, Summer 2007.
Helena Grdadolnik, “Rethinking Nathan Phillips Square”, Competition Magazine, Summer 2007.
Nathan Phillips Square
Terry Pender, “Squaring Off Over Design”, Kitchener Waterloo Record, 30 June 2007.
Christopher Hume, “Squaring the future of Nathan Phillips”, Toronto Star, 21 February 2007.
Awards Issue: Canadian Architect, December 2007.
Lesley Johnston. ed, HYBRIDS: Reshaping the Contemporary Garden in Metis, p.130-133, Blue Imprint, 2007.
James Cowan, “Visions of the final four”, National Post, 21 February 2007.
Brad Kessler, “Weekend Garden: Gorgeous Gorge”, Metropolitan Home, October 2007.

2006

Elaine Carey, “Apartment yard redesign ties into adjoining ravine”, The Toronto Star, 14 January 2006.
Ian Chodikioff, “Banff Session 2006: New Modes of Practice”, Canadian Architect, May 2006.
Trevor Boddy, “Banff Session 2006: Pastoral Inclinations”, Canadian Architect, May 2006.
Elaine Carey, “Changing colours define garden”, The Toronto Star, 11 February 2006.
Tim Richardson, “Designers: Lisa Rapoport, Mary Tremain, Chris Pommer”, Gardens Illustrated, July 2006.
Marjorie Harris, “Open Concept”, Gardening Life, May 2006.
Kelvin Browne, “Subtlety, simplicity define Branch”, National Post, 10 August 2006.
Alejandro Bahamón, Small Private Gardens, p. 88–91, teNeues, 2006.

2005

Carolyn Leitch, “A Backyard That Stands Front and Centre”, The Globe & Mail, 4 November 2005.
“Conversation Piece”, ID Annual Design Review, July/August 2005.
Don Griffith, “Conversation Piece”, The Wood Design Awards – Wood Design & Building, Autumn 2005.
Jessica Johnson & Sheree-Lee Olson, “From whimsical wall coverings to questionable couture, we look back at the best and worst of 2004”, Globe and Mail, 1 January 2005, theglobeandmail.com.
Elaine Carey, “Garage rebuilt to open up living space”, The Toronto Star, 3 December 2005.
Kathryn Hayward, “Pastoral Suite”, Saturday Night, Summer 2005.
Lisa Rapoport, “Pedestrian Landscapes: Why do they have to be so pedestrian?” TSA Newsletter, Winter 2005.
Craille Maguire Gillies, “Reinventing the Garden”, EnRoute, April 2005.
Kelvin Browne, “un_seated explores the concept of chairs”, National Post, 12 May 2005.
Thick & Thin

2004

Alex Newman, “A few stars shine at Design Show”, Toronto Star, 19 February 2004.
Zoe Deleuil, “Breaking new ground”, Gardens Illustrated, June 2004.
Jordan MacInnis, “Delivering the Goods”, AZURE, May/June 2004.
Jane Gadd, “Hot stuff: New design spices up tired kitchen”, Globe and Mail, 19 March 2004.
Mara Subotincic, “2004 IDS best in show”, Style at Home, May 2004.
Thomas Klein, “Interior Design Show Toronto”, Frame, May/June 2004.
Tralee Pearce, “Money can’t buy you love”, Globe and Mail, 14 February 2004.
Jordan MacInnis, “PLANT Architect Inc.” Designlines / AZURE, Fall 2004.
Danny Sinopoli, “The Next Wave: Who’s Who”, Gardening Life, January/February 2004.
Julie Allin, “Toronto the bene”, Canadian Interiors, March/April 2004.
Amy Verner, “Wealth management”, Canadian House and Home, June 2004.

2003

“A Tiny Toronto Backyard Transformed”, The Globe & Mail, 9 May 2003.
Craig MacBride, “An Exploration of Landscape”, Oakville Beaver, 11 July, 2003.
Melanie Chambers, “Canadians Remake Milan”, AZURE, Mar/Apr 2003.
Nyla Matuk, “Garden of Earthly Distortions”, Canadian Architect, October 2003.
“Garden Prospects”, Garden Design Journal, October/November 2003.
Katherine Ashenburg, “Green Peace”, Toronto Life, August 2003.
“Green Talk: People”, Gardening Life, August/September 2003.
Gilberto Oneto, “Minimalismo Domestico”, Ville Giardini, January 2003.
Kenneth Hayes, “Nature Talk”, AZURE, September/October 2003.
Sarah Murdoch, “Next to Nature”, House & Home, May 2003.
Elaine Hujer, “Savour Inventive Conversation of Views”, The Hamilton Spectator, July 5, 2003.
Marjorie Harris, “Three Outdoor Rooms for Summer”, Globe and Mail, 2 August 2003.
“Tranby Garden Award”, Perspectives, Summer 2003.
Tranby Garden
“Tranby Garden Wins Accolades”, The Globe & Mail, 9 May 2003.
Tranby Garden
Aurora, Milan Triennale, April 2003, Real-Time Gallery, Toronto, Summer 2003.
Andrew King, Jocelyne Belisle, Lawrence Eisler, Building/art, pp 68–71, University of Calgary Press, 2003.
Paco Asensio, ed. Garden Design, pp. 178–185, 215–221, 259–265, LOFT Publications, 2003.
David Stevens, Small Spaces Gardens, p. 89, Conran Octopus, 2003.
“Wells Street Bathroom”, Wood Design and Building.
Ulrich Timm, “Wohnzimmer für Schöne Sommertage”, Häuser, March 2003.
“Zimmer mit Dusche”, Architectur & Wohnen, August/September 2003.

2002

Rebecca Cattano, “All Inclusive Package”, Garden Design Journal, June/July 2002.
Virginia Small, “Garden Architecture”, Fine Gardening, May/June 2002.
Georgie Binks, “Makeover the Patient Way”, The National Post, 7 September 2002.
Tralee Pearce, “The Paper Chaise: reduce, reuse, recline”, The Globe & Mail, 9 February 2002.
Rachel Gotlieb, New Landscape: Design Transforms Canadian Furniture, p18, Design Exchange 2002.
News spot: Superlegible furniture, Fashion Television the Channel, February 2002.
Superlegible
Superlegible, Creativebase Design Wire #6, online magazine, February 2002.
Superlegible
Edwin Heathcote ed. “We Like Junk”, Furniture and Architecture – Architectural Design, July 2002.
Juliet Roberts, “Writers’ Retreat”, Gardens Illustrated, May 2002.

2001

Heather Hammatt, “A Contemporary Conversion”, Landscape Architecture, September 2001.
Samantha Boddy, “Far Out”, Gardens Illustrated, January 2001.
Rose-Marie Arbour, “Festival International de Jardin a Metis”, Espace 54, Winter 2000/2001.
Leone Gribotto, “Senza Soffitto”, Ville Giardini, December 2001.
Beth Kapusta, “Urban Offshoots”, AZURE, September/October, 2001.

2000

Chris Young, “Canadian Beauty”, Landlines UK, September 2000.
Jill Billington, “Colour in the Clearings”, The Garden Design Journal, Autumn 2000.
Rachel Rafelman, “Hotbeds of Ideas”, The National Post, July 22, 2000.
Lisa Rapoport, “InsideOutside”, Book Review, AZURE, March 2000.
Diane Bos, “Jardins de Métis”, AZURE, November 2000.
Paul Makovsky, “New Architecture Faces the Future”, Metropolis, April 2000 (upon being named “Emerging Architecture Firm” by the Architecture League of New York).
Dallas Hong, “Plant: After Sweet Farm”, Trace Four – University of British Columbia Journal, Summer 2000.
Steve Hare, “PLANT – Le Jardin de Repos”, ZOO, [Book/DVD], November 2000.
Le jardin du repos
Gavin Keeney, “Post-Industrial Chic: PLANT and D.I.R.T”, Oculus, October 2000.
Tim Richardson, “Putting on a Good Show”, Country Life UK, August 10, 2000.
Charles-Antoine Rouyer, “Quite Contrary”, Canadian Architect, October 2000.
Gavin Keeney, “Reclaiming the Meadowlands”, Oculus, May/June 2000.
Gary Michael Dault, “The Garden as Art”, The Globe & Mail, August 12, 2000.
Le jardin du repos
Raul Barreneche, “The New Edens of Gaspé”, New York Times, June 29, 2000.
Gilberto Oneto, “Utopia Canadese”, Ville Giardini, November 2000.

1999

Tony Hiss, “Increasing the Volume”, Gardens Illustrated, February 1999.

1998

Pamela Young, “A Private Park Pulls Together”, The Globe & Mail, March 7, 1998.
Philip Arcidi, “Into the Woods”, Architecture, July 1998.
James P. Deene, “Plant Formation”, Architectural Review, July 1998.
Christopher Hume, “Plant Partners Nurture Nature”, The Toronto Star, March 7, 1998.
Laura Bossi, “Sweet Farm”, Domus, April 1998.
Paul Bennett, “Sweet Intervention”, Landscape Architecture, April 1998.
Nyla Matuk, “Unique Interventions: Gardens of Delight”, Canadian Architect, August 1998.

1996

Lisa Rapoport, “Hide and Seek: The Daycare Game”, Canadian Architect, May 1996.
Beth Kapusta, “Interior Architecture: Women’s Health”, Canadian Architect, October 1996 – Women’s Health in Women’s Hands Project (Susan Speigel Architect Inc., Lisa Rapoport Project Captain, Mary Tremain Designer).

1990

Lisa Rapoport, “Design for an Herb Garden, Ronciglione, Italy”, UC Review, Autumn 1990.
Christopher Pommer, “Forgotten Moderns 1: St. Lawrence Starch Staff House”, Splinter No. 2, Spring 1990.
Christopher Pommer, “Forgotten Moderns 2: Girl Guides of Canada Headquarters”, Splinter No. 3, Fall 1990.

1989

Lisa Rapoport, Kim Storey, Karen Chisvi, “Daycare in the Workplace: 3 Projects”, TSA Newsletter, 1989.

1988

“Kitchens–Transformation”, More Magazine NZ, June 1988 (Cook, Hitchcock and Sargisson Architects, Mary Tremain Designer, and Project Captain).

2018

“Face to Face | Tête à Tête”, King Street Pilot, King Street Pilot, Parklet, Toronto, ON, April – December 2018.
Face to Face | Tête à Tête
“Asphalt Poetry”, King Street Pilot, King Street Pilot, Ground Mural, Toronto, ON, April – December 2018.
Asphalt Poetry

2016

“Blink and You Miss It”, S.O.S. Paysages Autoroutiers, Maison d'Architecture du Québec, Montréal, QC, 4 November 2016 – 26 February 2017.
Blink and you miss it.

2013

“Dublin Grounds of Remembrance”, Healthy + Healing Places, EDRA44 Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, 29 May – 1 June 2013.
Dublin Grounds of Remembrance

2012

“Lenticular Curtain”, Breathtaking: Constructed Views, Harbourfront Architecture Gallery, Toronto, 28 September – 31 December 2012.
Lenticular Curtain
“Channelled Buried Moved Lost: Where Did Mill Creek Go?” 3 By Land, Common Ground Project, Design at Riverside, Cambridge Galleries, 6 July – 30 September 2012.
Channelled Buried Moved Lost
“Walking Lingering Walking”, Traces of Centuries and Future Steps, 13th Annual International Venice Architecture Biennale, Palazzo Bembo, Venice, Italy, 29 August – 25 November.
Venice Biennale 2012

2011

“Nathan Phillips Square”, Construct Canada 2011, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, 30 November – 2 December 2011.
Nathan Phillips Square
“Nathan Phillips Square Podium Roof Garden”, Design Exchange Awards Exhibition, Exhibition Hall, 23 November 2011 – 26 February 2012.
Podium Roof Garden

2010

“Nathan Phillips Square Phase 2”, Cultiver son Jardin / Minding the Garden, Le Centre de Design at UQAM, Montréal.
Nathan Phillips Square
“Agora Theatre (Nathan Phillips Square)”, Revell · Toronto · Helsinki, Toronto City Hall Rotunda.
Nathan Phillips Square

2009

“Rakvere Concert Hall & Square – PLANT Submission”, Rakvere Concert Hall & Square Competition – Selected Entries, Rakvere, Estonia.
Rakvere Arvo Pärt Hall & Square Competition

2008

“PLANT Architect Inc.” Avant Gardeners, The University of Applied Arts Vienna / Department of Landscape Design, in the conservatory of the Botanical Gardens, Vienna, Austria. Curated by Tim Richardson, dieangewandte.at.
“Blue Note”, Fresh Grounds Award, Theatre Performance Installation, Harbourfront Art Gallery, Toronto, September 2008.
Blue Note
“Macroscape”, Canada Blooms, Toronto, Canada.
Macroscape

2007

“Ravine Forecourt”, Best of Canada 2007, Design Exchange, Toronto.
“Agora Theatre”, Nathan Phillips Square Finalist Exhibition, City Hall, Toronto.

2006

“Peripheral Sitings”, Sited, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, September 2006.
Peripheral Sitings

2005

“Thick & Thin”, un_seated, experimental furniture exhibit, New York, May 2005.
Thick & Thin

2004

“Conversation Piece”, Concept Interior, ID Show, Toronto, Canada, February 12 to 15 2004.
Conversation Piece
“Conversation Piece Table and Benches”, Mercer Living 2004: Better Living, Mercer Union, Toronto.
Conversation Piece

2003

“A Conversation of Views”, Oakville Galleries Art in the Gardens, Gairloch Gardens, Oakville, Canada, 2003–2007.
A Conversation of Views
“City Instrument”, Aurora Canadese – New Dawn: Canadian Designers in Milan, juried ideas competition for objects of sound, light, and colour tracing an itinerary in Milan, Milan Triennale, April 2003, and Real-Time Gallery, Toronto, Summer 2003.
City Instrument

2002

“Superlegible Furniture”, New Landscape: Design Transforms Canadian Furniture, Design Exchange, Toronto, January to July 2002, IIDEX, Fall 2002, and Canada House, London, England, September 2002 to February 2003.
Superlegible

2001

“Urban Beach”, Concept Interiors, Landscape Installation, The Interior Design Show, Toronto.

2000

1998

Canadian Practice: The Work of Sixteen Architects, Juried exhibition, Canada House & RIBA, London, England, May to July 1998; Manifesto, Edinburgh Architecture & Design Festival, October 1998.
Sweet Farm 1994–1997, PLANT solo exhibition: Ballenford books on architecture, Toronto, February–April 1998; University of Waterloo, May to June 1998; University of Manitoba, University of Calgary, University of British Columbia, Dalhousie University, January to December 2000.
Sweet Farm

1994

Redefining Paradise Exhibition – miniature gardens, Harbourfront, Toronto.
Street Kids International Kite Auction & Exhibition, Toronto.

1989

Artspark, Installation, Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto.

1987

“Quonset Huts on the River Styx”, Bombshelter Design Competition and Exhibition, AIA Headquarters, San Francisco, Chicago, L.A.