After discussions about turning 38-40 Dundas into a music incubator in 2015, the city has yet to realize the potential of lands expropriated at iconic corner in the late 1990s to make way for Yonge-Dundas Square redevelopment Read more


As Canada implements a National Housing Strategy, post-secondary schools are creating more room for Indigenous design thinking Read more


NOW's guide to the city's most mysterious places just got bigger Read more


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Photos by Richard Longley

The magnificent machines and buildings that have supplied Toronto with water for almost 100 years are still standing, where they belong, alongside the pumps that are still pumping Read more


How the mysterious loss of the 13 earliest known photos of Toronto inspired the chronicling of the city's modern skyline Read more

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Architectural Conservancy of Ontario's NextGen committee brings together emerging design professionals to breathe new life into the tired terminal Read more


Design nerds will geek out over this glimpse at one of the world’s fastest-rising architects Read more


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Richard Longley

East York’s wartime housing stands as an example of a national affordable housing strategy that was both pragmatic and idealistic Read more


How Mies van der Rohe's creation remains a declaration of grandeur and an optimistic statement of Toronto’s arrival on the world stage Read more


Like arrivals from another world, German modernist Mies van der Rohe's marvel transformed Toronto's dour financial core Read more


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    The Bergeron Centre at York University

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    York University's Bergeron Centre

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