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Through renovation and retrofitting, this once-crumbling, century-old building became the vibrant, cutting-edge, 90 per cent energy efficient Riverdale Hub. Home to co-location office space and a number of social enterprises. (Fernando Morales/The
Report an Error Save to mystar 1 Photo Save to mystar Traditionally, what's been important in history has been about the upper classes...Michael McClellandToronto heritage architect Michael McClelland Toronto heritage architect A week from now,
So when I brought home Mies van der Rohe's famous Farnsworth House (part of Lego's Architecture series), I wanted to get that first build over with so I could create my own design. For the record, building Mies' masterpiece, as directed, took quite a
Heritage finishes in about 20 per cent of the building have been retained and repaired, according to Greg Colucci, principal of Toronto-based Diamond Schmitt Architects, the joint architect on the Bridgepoint project along with HDR Inc. of Omaha, Neb.
Story When it comes to architecture, however, the good folks at the University of Waterloo's Heritage Resources Centre (HRC) may have come up with a way to combat the web-clutter. It's kind of hard for the general public to find information, agrees
Story continues below The view from the CN Tower Photo: Getty Images On the strength of my time in the city, the answer is yes. There are a number of sites easily recognisable to a film connoisseur but each is worth a visit in its own right. My hotel,
A huge archeological dig that unearthed evidence of Toronto's 19th-century railway boom is being plowed over to make way for condominium construction. The dig, adjacent to the Bathurst Street bridge south of Front Street, uncovered the foundations of
Madeleine McDowell waves her walking cane in the air as a few stragglers wander up the hill away from a Humber River tributary in Toronto's west end...McDowell's bookish demeanour is accented by the Toronto Public Library bag slung over her shoulder.
Globe and Mail Update Published Thursday, Jul. 14, 2011 12:46PM EDT In Europe, they bolt everything somebody discovers something, they put up bolts and people climb it whereas here, people are much more protective about places. Nathan Ng, a rock
Mary Lou Fallis, a musical comedienne, was named to the Order of Canada by Governor General David Johnston on Thursday. It seems it's always hot in Toronto councillor John Parker's world. Just days after getting into hot water with the mayor over a