Now in its fifth year, Toronto’s annual Winter Stations design competition has revealed its four winning designs and one student designs that will add art to Toronto’s beaches. Receiving almost 300 submissions from local and international designers, this year’s theme “Migration” challenged participants to explore many facets of migration, including the complex social issues that surround humanity’s shaping of our global society or the flight of animals or the exchange of ideas. Founded by RAW Design, Ferris + Associates, and Curio, the Winter Stations Design Competition uses design to inspire Torontonians back outside.
The winning designs will be built along Woodbine Beach at the western end of the beach bordering Lake Ontario in the Beach Community, in Toronto, adding to existing lifeguard towers.
Click on any of the submissions to view the full proposal.