"There is warmth to be found and visual delight in a hardscrabble section of Toronto’s east end, thanks to Rohan Walters".
Architectural Critic, Globe and Mail
"Even on a sweltering day, the home that Rohan Walters created for himself at the corner of College Street and Lansdowne Avenue remains strangely cool inside, despite no air conditioning".
Heather Greenwood Davis,
"Imaginative solutions are needed quickly to allow people to 'age in place,' close to their adult children ".
"Take a stroll by Rohan Walters’ best-known designs at 1292 College or 157 Coxwell and prepare to be charmed, provoked, inspired".
Howard Akler – Toronto: The Unknown City.
"Coxwell Avenue is standard Toronto material. Walking up it from the shore of Lake Ontario to Danforth Avenue, you pass through a seamless mash of neighborhoods that reassembles the globe in spiced and scented miniature".
Constructing the Colours
A workman's notes;
"Artists work in Various Places – Toronto Star sends roving reporter into Toronto Café".
"Christmas Edition, Design Magazine from London, England Featuring 157 Coxwell Avenue".
"A Sustainable and Green Practices Entrepreneurial Organization advertises Rohan Walters as one of its members".
"University of Toronto, School of Architecture Students takes an interest in 157 Coxwell Avenue".
ARTICLES BY ROHAN WALTERS
"The future of public water infrastructure".
Rohan Walters - Bio Toilet Feasibility Study
"Economy of means has large implications environmentally, socially and structurally".
Rohan Walters - the Micro House Article
"Rohan wrote a design interest piece for the Web Blog – READING TORONTO".
"Rohan wrote a Public Health and Architecture piece for the Web Blog – READING TORONTO".
"Rohan wrote the genesis story of 157 Coxwell Avenue for the Web Blog – READING TORONTO".
"Rohan wrote the genesis story of 1292 College Street for the Web Blog – READING TORONTO".
"Rohan wrote the Black History Month Entry for the Canoe.ca Blog".