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
With the advancement of technology, the growing need for higher density living, and the strong demand for residential development in the downtown core, many intriguing urban designs, concepts and ideas surfaced in 2017.
The Greater Toronto Area
We’ll soon see a giant red bear lounging in the snow and an intricate black bamboo cage on Toronto’swaterfront. If you haven’t guessed what’s going on yet, Ice Breakers 2018 is back!
Between January 19 and February