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.
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!
There are so many ways for a city to embrace and support public art, and we love it when the members of the new home industry go that extra mile to create something beautiful for the community in which they’re building.
Who’s excited to visit Toronto’s chilly, breezy waterfront this winter? Not so much? But what if you get to visit these awesome public art installations? We think the third annual Ice Breakers exhibition will definitely draw crowds down to Queens Quay.
Graywood Developments and Alterra are opening up the former Weston Bread Factory to the public in partnership with the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, the largest photography event in the world with more than 200 exhibitions!
The winners of the annual Winter Stations International Design Competition have been unveiled, along with three more installations designed by local post-secondary schools.
The four winning designs are all international entries, so students from