Don’t let the cold dissuade you from heading down to Toronto’s waterfront this winter. With the winners of the 2020 Winter Stations International Design Competition unveiled, there will soon be four reasons to go for a stroll along the beach.
Every year, more and more people in the Greater Toronto Area call an apartment home, whether it’s a rental or a condo unit. The thing about these spaces is that they can be on the smaller side compared to a single-family home.
It looks like it could be a long, harsh winter! Accu-weather predicts Ontario to have cold, stormy weather and Arctic blasts. The GTA can expect significant snowfall. This could be the perfect time to think about saving energy.
The Winter Stations organization is mostly known for its annual design competition that transforms lifeguard stations across Toronto’s east beaches, but in anticipation of the 2020 designs, they are bringing two interactive art installations to Toronto!
Everyone knows that once September arrives and the kids are back in school it’s basically fall. Don’t be sad about the end of summer though, just use this time as an opportunity to transition from summer to fall home decor!
One of the most highly anticipated events in Toronto’s architecture scene is RAW Design’s annual community event. This year, RAW WEAR took over an abandoned auto body shop in one of the city’s hottest up-and-coming areas.