Joe Berridge

LRC Contributor

Joe Berridge is a partner at Urban Strategies Inc. and the Bousfield Distinguished Visitor in the Program in Planning at the University of Toronto.

Articles by Joe Berridge

  • City Maker (December 2015)
    A review of Civic Symbol: Creating Toronto’s New City Hall 1952–1966, by Christopher Armstrong
  • Imagining the City (November 2004)
    A review of A New City Agenda, by John Sewell
  • Toronto Hard and Soft (October 2011)
    A review of Reshaping Toronto’s Waterfront, edited by Gene Desfor and Jennefer Laidley, and Imagining Toronto, by Amy Lavender Harris
  • The Ever-Expanding City (June 2009)
    A review of Andrew Sancton’s The Limits of Boundaries: Why City-Regions Cannot Be Self-Governing and The Shape of the Suburbs: Understanding Toronto’s Sprawl by John Sewell.
  • Suburbia Forever (September 2007)
    A review of Don’t Call It Sprawl: Metropolitan Structure in the 21st Century, by William T. Bogart, Toronto Sprawls: A History, by Lawrence Solomon, and Places to Grow—Better Places, Brighter Future: Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, by the Ontario Ministry of Public Infrastructure Renewal
  • Wood, Glass and Stone (April 2006)
    A review of Up North: Where Canada’s Architecture Meets the Land, by Lisa Rochon