The City of Toronto, in partnership with the Toronto Public Library, is gathering ideas from the public for the federal Smart Cities Challenge.
The government of Canada’s Smart City Challenge launched late last year and will be
On January 15, 2018, the City of Toronto will issue a call for proposals for temporary public space installations (PSI) as part of the King Street Pilot. (UPDATE: The City just moved up the call for proposals to today, January 9th)
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
New year, new you, right? If you’re like the thousands (maybe millions) of people out there striving to lead a healthier lifestyle in 2018, then you may be considering a gym membership.
If you live in a condo with a gym, then you
Do you follow interior design trends? As 2017 draws to a close, let’s take a look at some of the best trends that made this year in design more beautiful. You should pay close attention because some of these will remain trendy in the new
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
First impressions count for much – and that’s especially true when showing your home for sale. Home staging – a décor makeover that best showcases the space’s attributes – has become a vital element when marketing a
Want to take your Christmas decorations to the next level? If you’re a confident handyman (or woman!) then this homemade Christmas tree box stand should be no problem!
1) Measure first
Before you start, first make sure
Emporis, the world’s leading source for building and construction projects, just announced the Top 10 Skyscrapers of the year!
An international panel of industry experts had more than 700 eligible skyscrapers to consider, and they settled
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