or maybe move this to Facebook?
Type: Posts; User: 3Dementia
or maybe move this to Facebook?
Can we break some rules this time and have this? If this squeaks through the myriad barriers and naysayers, it will do more than become an architectural curiosity and "destination"....
Thanks for the link Sixpoints. Since that is my copyrighted image and it's being used without permission... I'll be in touch with that wallpaper site.
This is what I call a "smart" park. Looks great in the renders (oh so smart designers) and some of them actually animate themselves (Sugar Beach?)... but ultimately too "clever" on the drafting...
I didn't make the short list so this is a last "ditch" suggestion:
Hans Brinker Waterpark.
In case the berm wasn't designed properly.
It's hard to believe that ICE 1 (57 storeys) is only 202 metres versus 186 metres for the taller MLS tower (54/55 storeys)... the camera angle appears to be dead on York Street and ICE 1 positively...
You're not wrong, it was obviously a joke... your post was welcome relief. Welcome to the forum.
MODs, please consider banning this newbie if any further positive comments are posted.
^Skyjacked, I see the cover of the coffee table book ... hope it's ready by Christmas.
There's some "planet" history on this site include a much loved (not) interim design that greeted surfers...
I feel closer to you now (not that way)... maybe a Christmas card. PE is off my list for his clever page turn.
'cause "Out of the mouths of babes" has stood the test of time.
'cause having the credentials should not be a free pass to litter a city with maximum developer margin buildings.
Be curious to know what Daniel L thinks of the building (if he's allowed to comment, Cityzen). The early discussions lamented the loss of the boot and the abject horror of the first window-wall...
Point of clarification, PE.
I wear reading glasses now, so is this entire structure floating above grade? If so (major access issues aside) I could see some groovy, weather-protected programming...
1. Medication review and adjustment (as needed)
2. NimbyTecht initial drawings.
Planning and the City of Toronto
Toronto's City Planning Division manages growth and guides the...
There's so much that is wonderful about that photo, and I don't mean the vaseline ;-)
Congrats and thanks.
It was great to get a bunch of likes for Eddie's Ontario Place Redux story, but I'll bet some UT forumers jump straight to P&C and miss the stories.
The last comment on the story was an anonymous...
Good point. I think a great start-up business for 2040 would be spandrel/glass retrofitting for a million or so condos... likely very busy.
Thanks for the link. There are obviously many benefits to working with ETFE. Only drawback might be longevity (less than 50 years?).
Me too. Supplied the worst name ever but it honours a slice of Toronto history that "inhabited" this wasteland for quite a while. If anyone is interested I'll... oh nevermind.
But no "Canary"...
^hope they get slapped upside the head, hard.
If I may beg forgiveness and plead ignorance on legal grounds of certified sky-geek insanity plea - aesthetics, meet the street, cladding, convenience stores, traffic and transit...
Guarantee it will be 983.9 feet tall (sorry metric).
As always, thanks udo. Your pic outlines L's pinnacle sloping profile which solidifies L Tower in the "promises kept" vis a vis renders and approved elevations.
Most of the forum hated the first...