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Photo by Steven Evans | © PLANT Architect Inc.
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3ByLand | Common Ground

Curated by Esther Shipman, 3ByLAND features three firms as part of Common Ground—a summer-long initiative featuring art, urban renewal, and landscape architecture at Cambridge Galleries in Cambridge, Ontario. Our “walking” exhibit explores the choreography of space by challenging how we depict experiences of our designed sites outside of the spaces themselves, specifically with respect to the Nathan Phillips Square Podium Roof Garden and the Dublin Grounds of Remembrance.

Complementing this gallery exhibit is our site-specific installation Channelled Buried Moved Lost: Where Did Mill Creek Go?  This outdoor piece encompasses ten locations across Cambridge, mapping the historic journey of Galt’s phantom Mill Creek in celebration of its profound visual and cultural heritage. To learn more about this installation, please click here or visit www.millcreekgalt.ca.
 

 
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Status: Built
Location: Cambridge, ON, CA
Additional Credits: PLANT Team: Lisa Rapoport, Chris Pommer, Mary Tremain, Vanessa Eickhoff, Peter Osborne, Angelica Demetriou | Special Thanks: Matthew Hartney; Volunteers; Midtown Reproductions; Arrow Graphics; Cambridge Galleries; Peter Ross | Law Photography Archives; Steven Evans | Photography; The City of Cambridge Archives; The University of Waterloo Map Library.

 
Photo by Steven Evans | © PLANT Architect Inc.
Photo by Steven Evans | © PLANT Architect Inc.
Photo by Steven Evans | © PLANT Architect Inc.
Photo by Steven Evans | © PLANT Architect Inc.
Photo by Steven Evans | © PLANT Architect Inc.
Photo by Steven Evans | © PLANT Architect Inc.
Photo by Steven Evans | © PLANT Architect Inc.
Photo by Steven Evans | © PLANT Architect Inc.
Photo by Steven Evans | © PLANT Architect Inc.
Photo by Steven Evans | © PLANT Architect Inc.

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