Senior Associate Ryan Gorrie Featured in the Globe and Mail

Alex Bozikovic, the architecture critic for the Globe and Mail, interviewed Ryan Gorrie for today’s article about the increased presence of Indigenous designers in architecture. The article references his work at Brook McIlroy, including the Indigenous Cultural Markers at Humber College, the Awen’ Gathering Place in Collingwood, and the Spirit Garden on the Thunder Bay Waterfront. The project of the Indigenous Cultural Markers “sets a strong example: marking a historic Indigenous presence, evoking traditions and making a contemporary artistic statement.”

See the article, “How architecture is beginning to mark a historic Indigenous presence”, here.

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