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Ryerson students win $2,000 for O’Keefe Lane design

Ryerson students win $2,000 for O’Keefe Lane design

  Adam Harrison, Arash Oturkar and Michael Uttley step onto the curb of O’Keefe Lane as a delivery truck squeezes between them and a row of filled dumpsters. The driver shakes his head as if he’s annoyed to see people travelling through the narrow laneway by foot. “A lot of people right now think (that O’Keefe Lane) is just a […]

The winning design, The Urban Gateway,  features LED cable lights above the lane to increase safety and direct people to the bicycle room. Courtesy Angela Abolhassani, Amanda Scarlato and Yi Fan (Helen) Xie.

Redesign contest winner sheds light on Victoria Street Lane

The Urban Gateway team considered abandoning the Victoria Street Lane redesign competition when two of the five members decided to leave the group just two weeks before the submission deadline because of differing visions for the project and other commitments. Despite this set-back, persistence paid off for the team as their design was announced the winner of the competition Feb. […]

by Jayna Rana· · News, On Campus, Top stories
Victoria Street Lane, as it looks now, may get a face-lift this summer. (Jayna Rana/Ryersonian Staff)

Students propose designs for neglected lane on campus

Students had no input in the unsuccessful paint jobs on Gould Street, but the fate of Victoria Street Lane’s makeover is now in their hands. Public voting is underway until Feb. 5 to choose the best renovation plan for the alley-like laneway between the Chang School and the School of Image Arts. A panel of four judges, headed by vice-president […]

by Jayna Rana· · News, On Campus, Top stories
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