As Canada’s most populous location, Toronto has developed into a global powerhouse, both as an economic and cultural hub. This extends to the significant museums and arts facilities across the Queen City. With one of the most unique landscapes and ground conditions across the country, Toronto was built on a large ravine system running throughout its urban fabric. Today, the city’s educational, arts, and cultural buildings are thriving. New designs in Toronto boast soaring forms, unique spatial experiences, and innovative material assemblies. Housing exhibitions and works across multiple mediums, including cinematography, ceramics, and performance-based art, the following projects are home to important civic and public programs. Whether simple, orthogonal buildings or complex, crystalline additions, the designs carefully craft spaces which celebrate light, robust organizational principles, and layered levels of transparency.
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