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I spent Friday on the University of Toronto campus in a meeting with the <a href="http://www.twentyandchange.org/">Twenty+Change</a> curatorial committee, selecting projects for its third exhibition and publication featuring emerging Canadian design firms

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Originally appeared in Touring Toronto, Part 1
on March 16, 2011
I spent Friday on the University of Toronto campus in a meeting with the &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.twentyandchange.org/&quot;&gt;Twenty+Change&lt;/a&gt; curatorial committee, selecting projects for its third exhibition and publication featuring emerging Canadian design firms
I spent Friday on the University of Toronto campus in a meeting with the Twenty+Change curatorial committee, selecting projects for its third exhibition and publication featuring emerging Canadian design firms. New to me was Willcocks Commons (pictured here), a pedestrian-only section of Willcocks Street that was unveiled in September 2010. Though now devoid of outdoor furniture due to winter weather, the Commons is an exciting example of reclaimed pedestrian space in urban areas.

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