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Buildup To Greenbuild: A Conversation with superkul Meg Graham

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photo by Ben Rahn / A-Frame Inc . 30,000 green building professionals are coming to Toronto for Greenbuild in October; this series will try to explain Toronto to them. Today: another conversation with an interesting Toronto architect. TreeHugger founder Graham Hill first introduced me to his schoolmate Andre D'Elia and Meg Graham of superkul when he was visiting Toronto; we all went curling together. Since then, I have been following their work closely, as one of the hottest young firms in the city. It was not too many years before that a name like superkul would not have been allowed in the very conservative Ontario architectural profession, but as I got to know them I learned that they, and their work, do indeed live up to the name. I met Meg in their lovely live/work space in what one can generously call a transitional part of town. (I covered their offices earlier here: Taking Back the City: Superkul Live/Work ... Read the full story on TreeHugger






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