On Tuesday, October 14th, the Munk School of Global Affairs at 315 Bloor Street West was honoured by Heritage Toronto as a winner in the William Greer Architectural Conservation and Craftsmanship category.

This category honours owners who have undertaken projects to restore or adapt buildings or structures that have been in existence for forty years or more or are included on the City of Toronto’s Inventory of Heritage Properties. In addition to the quality of craftsmanship, appropriateness of materials, and the use of sound conservation principles, the jury considers how well the project meets current needs while maintaining the integrity of the original design vision.

This project was a collaboration between the Munk School, University Planning Design and Construction and the architects, design firms, craftsperons and contractors involved in the planning and construction of the site.


Read more at the Heritage Toronto Awards site.

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