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Did celebrated architect Raymond Moriyama leave his signature on the Ontario Science Centre in more ways than one?
Voting is now open for the ninth edition of the Pug Awards.
A new photo project that stops and looks—really looks—at the ordinary textures that make up the city.
"Intersection," an installation by artist Felix Kalmenson, highlights the unsettling side of Toronto's condo boom.
Once focusing on the worst, architecture awards now highlight public's choices for the best new buildings in Toronto.
Every year, Doors Open Toronto lets Torontonians sneak looks at buildings they don't generally have access to. Here are some we're especially excited about this year.
A tour of the last surviving World War II German POW camp in Canada reveals hopeful plans for its future.
An architect-led Jane's Walk approaches the financial district from a kid's-eye view.
Full Frontal T.O., a new collection of the photography of Patrick Cummins, reveals hidden tales of the naked city.
Did you remember to celebrate the thriftiness of others?
An outpouring of community and corporate support bolsters plans to rebuild the beloved Jamie Bell playground.
West-end residents fear a new condo may set off "crowding" of Toronto's largest park.
Happy Family Day! Do you even care about the news today? Are you even awake yet? Well good, 'cause today's a slow one, kids: Gary Webster may not be the only transit manager on the chopping block; old TTC buses are slated to retire; Ryerson Architecture professors confirm smartness; and U of T grad students are curating a collection of brass psychological instruments.
The quirky, eco-friendly, east end iconic residence is looking for the right owner.
Behind the stage of one of Toronto's most loved music venues.
The future of the past: how we can salvage the apartment towers we once built in abundance but now often ignore.
Local architecture historian rallies to halt development of two massive billboards on the Ernst and Young tower.
Osbaldeston, author of Unbuilt Toronto 2, has made a side-business out of digging up plans that went awry.