The folded plate roof unifies these three sections of the school.
John Martins-Manteiga’s Mean City documents some of Toronto’s finest post-war era modernist architecture. Although not mentioned in the book, I think that Old Mill station is also a fine specimen of modernism with its half elevated and half underground station design and beautiful views of the Humber River.
Queen’s Park subway opened in 1964 and the Ontario Power building in the background was completed in 1976.
The last day was February 16th, 2014. The lease expired and Chapters was not willing to renew with the increase in rent.
The Bank Street Canal Bridge was constructed in 1912 and restored in 1993.
The Detroit People is a 2.9-mile (4.7 km) automated system operated on a single set of tracks encircling downtown.
“The building is clad in charcoal-coloured precast concrete with a perforated aluminum skin draped over the north and east facades. A skew in the south block generates positive agitation and ‘delaminates’ the facade into overlapping planes of texture.”