Posts Filed Under: Architecture
A fire that destroyed part of University College in the 1890s later proved a blessing in disguise.
New book explores the legacy of architect John Cresswell Parkin, who dragged an extremely conservative Toronto into the modern age.
As Sears winds down its store at the Eaton Centre, a look at how the retailer's Canadian branch emerged from a cross-border partnership.
Toronto's history is blowin' in the wind.
A proposal to build a trio of Gehry-designed high-rises on King Street West may falter because of heritage concerns.
Chapman and Oxley's architectural impact on Toronto.
As renovations near, a look at the history of Massey Hall.
A new police station scores two honours at the 2013 Pug Awards for architecture.
One of downtown's few remaining Art Deco office towers will leave a rich artistic legacy, but only on its facade.
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.