As landscape architects, STUDIO TLA recognizes their responsibility to improve the social, economic, psychological, cultural, and physical qualities of the land for the foreseeable future. They acknowledge that Toronto is governed by Treaty 13, which was negotiated with the Mississaugas of the Credit, and the Williams Treaty, which was negotiated with various Mississaugas and Chippewa people. Also, they recognize and respect the Aboriginal people’s deep spiritual connection to the land and their long-standing cultural traditions.
Design-focused master planners, urban designers, and landscape architects. They create spatial experiences that connect people’s living, working, and recreational settings. Socially, culturally, economically, and sustainably, they connect the systems that influence their daily well-being. They see it as their responsibility to create with originality, innovation, and technical proficiency. They realize that every design has revolutionary potential. They share the passion and discipline that allows us to create solutions that are customized to a particular location, improve a site, neighborhood, or community, and remain a natural collaborator with nature. They continuously seek solutions that are customized to the specific requirements of each job. This emphasis acknowledges that their work is motivated by user needs. Source: Studio TLA