2014: Designing Dredge – Reconsidering the Toledo Riverfront

Our Inaugural Competition

The city of Toledo is currently reconsidering a series of highly visible landscapes along its river waterfront. These sites are either undergoing construction due to the installation of large stormwater mitigation infrastructure or were small dredge storage facilities that have reached design capacity. In both cases, these landscapes have the potential to be repositioned as a series of unique and highly valuable sites along the Maumee River, amassing over 170 acres. The competition calls for ideas that re-envision the role of the riverfront in Toledo and how this new role can embrace the realities of dredging while enhancing the overall quality of public space within the city.

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