“Preserving cultural landscapes is a relatively new preservation concept. Cultural landscapes are manmade environments that demonstrate a history of use, and include earthworks and structures that evidence this past. Cultural […]
This is very much like what parts of Turcot Yards looked like in the height of it’s Intermodal era. This is the Spencer Tunick version. He has also photographed people […]
"Jacobs came down firmly on the side of spontaneous inventiveness of individuals, as against abstract plans imposed by governments and corporations," wrote Canadian critic Robert Fulford. "She was an unlikely […]
Today I was imagining the Interchange wrapped as if it were done by Christo. I am not exactly sure which approach they would take. Of course the trick would be […]
Flashback to October 1953 and Joe Louis is dropping in for the local kids at Loyer’s record store.
Toronto got in on the eco-renovation movement bigtime in 1998 with this project by artist Noel Harding. Sponsored primarily by the Canadian Plastics Industry Association this project hopes to bring […]
Looking east. You can see on the upper left the space where the new Superhospital will be built at the Glen Yards site. Over on the right is the Lachine […]