The German planner, Tom Sieverts, coined the term "in-between city” to describe a new urban form that is neither downtown core nor conventional suburb. This mish-mash of forms and functions now dominates urban expansion across Canada and around the world.

These photographs form part of a research project out of York University’s City Institute, "In-Between Infrastructure: Urban Connectivity in an Age of Vulnerability." They explore kid-friendly space, and religion and diversity in the in-between city.

Curated by The In-between Infrastructure Project