Toronto Urban Design Award 2021

Our Thermally Speaking project continues to garner recognition, this time with a Toronto Urban Design Award of Merit in the Elements category, 2021. This particular award is near and dear to us, with its ties to our city and the kind of civic action we care deeply about.

Read the full Jury Report here!

Thanks again to CityLightsTO and Mulvey Banani Lighting for their collaborative realization with us of this special installation.

September 15 2021

AZ Awarded

Our project Thermally Speaking was selected as both the winner and the People‚Äôs Choice in Azure Magazine’s 2021 AZ Awards in the category Design – Lighting Installations. Thermally Speaking was among the 22 winners selected from 1,209 submissions by our Azure’s international jury.

Special thanks to the CityLightsTO team, Mulvey Banani Lighting, Artspin, Nuit Blanche Toronto, as well as Patkau Architects and Kearns Mancini Architects for designing such an amazing building to play with!

July 13 2021

Thermally Transmitted

Our transformation of the Fort York Visitor Centre saw thousands of visitors over the course of Nuit Blanche 2019 Toronto, with participants engaging the work in surprising ways. The success of the project was the result of a collaboration with Mulvey & Banani Lighting and volunteers, along with close communication with curators Rui Pimenta and Layne Hinton, as well as the staff at the Fort York Visitor Centre and City of Toronto. Stay tuned for full photographic and video documentation.

October 8 2019


At the Melting Point

Tonight’s the big night in Toronto- Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2014. After much preparation, Melting Point is ready.

Brave the cold and come to historic Fort York to experience our project live!

And if you can’t make it tonight, don’t worry, the piece has been selected for a special extended exhibition through to October 13th.

October 4 2014

All Night, Alright

We’re happy to finally be able to share the news that we’ll be presenting Melting Point, a new responsive landscape art work at this year’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche!

The installation will be at Toronto’s historic Fort York, in a zone curated by Magda Gonzalez-Mora.

We’re working with long time collaborators Jeff Lee and Omar Khan to put together this large scale piece that integrates light, sound and responsive technologies.

More details to follow…

August 29 2014