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Public Art Plaza at the Ontario Forensic Science Centre and Coroner’s Complex
Popovich’s Kendall Flower collaborated with architect, artist and sculptor Steven Beites from Beites + CO., to design and oversee implementation of a public art plaza at the corner of Morton Shulman St. and Wilson Avenue, in North York, Toronto. Installation services were provided by Gerd Hermanns Landscape Contractors, with concrete...
Everyone enjoys great design and that is why we are so excited to share some of our own, in the launch of this new website!
Community Empowerment through Participatory Design
As part of the POPOVICH social responsibility initiative, team members have been working with Parkdale Community Residents and non-profit organizations to guide a participatory design process for a community-appropriate outdoor, social gathering space.
Introduction to ‘Eco-Districts’
After attending an Eco-Districts workshop with our long time project collaborator from Vancouver, David Ramslie the facilitator, we thought of the relevance and impactions that the Eco-Districts concept could offer to the future development of the Mississauga City Centre with incoming LRT and the Downtown 21 Plan for strategic growth.
Building on Innovation
In a continued effort to leverage new ways of engaging and understanding problems from multiple perspectives, we have recently become members with CanBIM. A Canadian organization focused on promoting and educating the industry on the benefits and best practises of Building Information Modelling (BIM), our membership with CanBIM promises to...
Limit to Live It 2015 in Segovia, Spain
“The truth is that we all live by leaving behind..."
Our ‘Sustainable Home’
Last week Georgina and Kendall decided to go on a lunchtime adventure to have some fun and show our appreciation for the new CycleLoan program offered by Mississauga Executive Centre (MEC). POPOVICH is proud to have our offices located within an office campus owned and run by progressive thinkers.
Robson Redux 2014 in Vancouver, British Columbia
For Robson Square’s 2014 temporary summer installation, in Vancouver, B.C., the POPOVICH Team wanted to bring a splash of colour and vibrance to the pedestrian street with ‘MTNS’, with inclusivity in mind to engage users across all ages.
Pecha Kucha – "Chit Chat"
The Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA) past graduate, young professionals from the University of Guelph Landscape Architectural programs to participate in a series of Pecha Kucha style presentations to current students on their experiences as Landscape Architects to date.