Posts Filed Under: Architecture
Now and Then explores the stories behind Toronto’s historical plaques and monuments.
A Toronto park becomes a much-needed veterans’ hospital.
From theological college to architectural school, the revitalized site has survived a lot of near-visits by the wrecking ball.
How a Russian exile came to Toronto and designed Lawren Harris's Art Deco house.
Your guide to some of the best of the 130 buildings taking part in Doors Open this year.
Before there was Chorley Park, there was Government House on Simcoe Street.
The evolution of the University-to-Spadina strip.
The local legacies of Canada's 100th birthday in 1967.
An innovative addition to the east end campus officially opens today, and feels a bit like science fiction.
A new exhibit shows what the future of Toronto development looks like.
This weekend's hasty demolition of the century-old menswear store at Bloor and Yonge raises issues about heritage preservation in the city.
Winners of the Winter Stations Design Competition will bring some warmth to the cold Toronto shoreline.
With the latest Open Data release, Toronto City Planning hopes app developers will find creative uses to model the city in 3D.
Nominated for: promoting the cultural history of Islam, and giving Toronto a new architectural landmark.
Architect Uno Prii's beloved, and despised, apartment buildings.
The Church Street Development north of Dundas will feature clinical experience suites, teaching and research space, and residence beds.
U of T plans to replace the underused landmark with a cultural complex, but an architecture prof is fighting to save it from the wrecking ball.
Get a sneak peek inside the bold new Yonge Street landmark, set to open in January 2015.