Winter Stations returns for its tenth year in Toronto with nine installations that demonstrate Resonance

Since 2014, Winter Stations has brought Torontoans to the Maple City’s Woodbine Beach during its coldest months. Now in its tenth iteration, participants were challenged with designing artful lifeguard stands for the beach that breathe new life into the echoes of past installations that have been installed on the sandy shores of Woodbine Beach.

The theme for this year is Resonance. It asked designers to look back into the Winter Stations archive and pull ideas from a past design to inform a contemporary piece.

Four professional awards, and three student awards were given; and two installations from past years were retroactively debuted—totaling nine temporary

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