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A PATCH PROJECT

Shared Space

In this shared space local animals act as playful substitutes for the people who will be joining the Greenwich Village community. The public parks and greenspaces which surround this neighbourhood serve as inspiration for the art. A place to dream, wander, play, and live.


PROJECT AT A GLANCE

Location: 847-871 Sheppard Avenue West, Toronto

Artist(s): Danielle Cole

Year: 2021

Services: PATCH Hoarding Exhibits

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo Credit: Sharon Mendonca

Shared Space is about co-existing with animals because any well built space is going to respect the greenspace around it.”
– Danielle Cole, Lead Artist

About the Artist

Danielle Cole is a Toronto based collage artist. Her art has found homes in New Zealand, L.A., San Francisco, Halifax, Hamilton and on the TTC’s life on the Line Project. Most recently her work has been added to the Kanyer Collection which focuses exclusively on collage.

About Greenwich Village Towns

Greenwich Village is a closely-knit community of 153 towns and stacked towns located at 847 Sheppard Avenue West. Inspired by the classic architecture in New York’s iconic Greenwich Village, these townhomes feature old-world brick with modern black detailing and are nestled in the heart of the burgeoning Sheppard West neighbourhood.

Project Partners

CROWN COMMUNITIES DEVELOPMENTS INC.

Established in 2014 by CEO and founder Adam Taverna, Crown Communities is a contemporary development company that brings a fresh perspective to designing homes. With a focus on mixed-use residential condominiums and master-planned communities, we ensure each project is completed with care. Considered details, quality craftsmanship, and beautiful design are all hallmarks of our work. This sense of pride is something we strive to share and pass on to homeowners, investors, and the neighbourhoods we help develop. With both growing families and growing communities in mind, we create high-quality spaces with room to thrive.

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