Rise and Sprawl: The Condominiumization of Toronto
Hans Ibelings and PARTISANS
Date of publication: 22 June 2016
14.5 x 20 cm, 128 pages, illustrations in colour and b/w
This is the story of the rise and sprawl of the condo tower in Toronto. The sheer number of new towers, their size, mass, volume, and height, let alone the speed by which they are being built, is remarkable. The only thing that isn’t remarkable about Toronto’s condominiums is their architecture. This book analyzes the recent condominiumization of Toronto.
It is also a call to action to do things differently and design better, bolder buildings
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