By examining the interconnected relationship between humanity and
the environmentwe live in, this thesis aims to bring new
sustainable design approaches to a toxicindustrial area known as
the Burloak Employment Lands in Oakville, Ontario. At theheart of
this vast site, a new train station is proposed as a catalyst for
enriching andnourishing the local community's correlation to its
immediately adjacent natural life.Additionally, the design of this
station is embedded within an urban planning proposalthat aims to
lift the overall quality of life in the community by restoring
ecologicalhealth to these wounded lands.
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