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Worthwhile Toronto initiative could see the City "sell democracy" through better design.
On Sunday, Scarborough Rapid Transit riders can check out the first newly redesigned vehicles.
The Church Street Development north of Dundas will feature clinical experience suites, teaching and research space, and residence beds.
Bloor-Yonge and St. George stations will be the test sites for a new generation of signs.
A new photo project that stops and looks—really looks—at the ordinary textures that make up the city.
A peek behind-the-scenes of the Toronto Design Offsite Festival.
The popular annual design show enters its tenth year.
The bad boy of Canadian fashion does it his own way.
For John Booth and Arounna Khounnoraj, making useful goods is a family affair.
Fabric fanatic Grant Heaps makes quilting look cool.
Once focusing on the worst, architecture awards now highlight public's choices for the best new buildings in Toronto.
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.
Many passersby don't know what to make of the tall, skinny, multi-coloured building on stilts at 157 Coxwell Avenue—but for Benjamin Walsh and Darren Berberick, it's home.