Paul Raff weighs-in on an important urban issue, and sustainable architecture and art of place.


Does John Tory have the courage to teat down the Gardiner? 
“John Tory has positioned himself as a mayor that is focused on results over spectacle. The Gardiner Expressway offers him a chance to prove it.”
– Paul Raff, Toronto Star, Commentary, January 26, 2015.  Read full article here.


For Toronto to rise, Gardiner must fall

“Tearing down the eastern Gardiner would create a beautiful waterfront for our city. It is already there, where the Don River is channelled into Lake Ontario. Just imagine what it will be like as a canal, lined with shops and restaurants — the type of place people want to be.”
– Paul Raff, Toronto Star, Commentary, June 7, 2015.  Read full article here.


Sustainable Architecture and Art of Place Talk in King City

Paul Raff was invited to speak at the King City Public Library on May 13th, 2015 to illustrate how sustainable architecture and artistic strategies can create a value in city-building.  Read more here.