Bustler recently announced the winning entry the international design competition to provide a vision for Toronto’s June Callwood Park. The competition was won by Toronto-based architecture and landscape design firm gh3 for their ethereal design that mixes forms of bands, waves and groves together in their entry for the ‘Super Real Forest’ – patterning light through canopies, mist, and glowing nighttime seating.
Oh and pink… did I mention the pink? From Bustler: “…the Pink Field, the largest of the Super-Real Forest’s five clearings. Surfaced with pink elastocrete, its smooth, rubberized texture welcomes barefoot play in the summer. It is home to a range of year round activity: Frisbee, ball games, skipping, tag in the summer; snowball fights, snowmen, and snow angels in the winter.”
Some additional images of the renderings, which are pretty stunning.