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Īce Condominums at York Centre
York and Bremner, Toronto
Developer: Lanterra Developments, Cadillac Fairview
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Thread: Īce Condos at York Centre (Lanterra, 57 + 67s, aA)

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    Just installed.
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    Can't see much but it looks really reflective, might be nice, let's hope! On a side note I had a dream the other night where they clad it in transparent, vibrant red curtainwall. I wish I could see that in real life!

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    Wow now that's reflective,
    just by that I'm impressed already. thanks for posting those images.
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    Yep, sure looks promising.

    Thanks for sharing

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    aAuraA would've been amazing!
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    Three panels and you already know it's going to be amazing. A third of Aura is up and people are still 'reserving judgement.'

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    It looks very very reflective, which is cool. I like the sleek silver venting at the top of the glass, too. Looking forward to seeing lots more up!

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    look really reflective. cant wait to see more

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    Wow. That looks really cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProjectEnd View Post
    Three panels and you already know it's going to be amazing. A third of Aura is up and people are still 'reserving judgement.'
    As this is an aA project, the rest of the building is likely going to look similar to what's here. With Aura, we have two wildly different window types, questionable detailing and the cladding of the curved portion of the tower- which has not been revealed yet. I think it's logical for people to reserve judgement on Aura until it's at least half done.

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    Damn! That's some awesome reflective glass. I like!

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    yeah, cool glass but think of the damage it'll do to our migrating bird species. Very disappointed that when you need the city's bureaucracy to intervene they don't, yet when you don't, they do.

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    i'm not blown away by the cladding yet. it looks very reflective and all, but we have to see more of it. that grey framing (or whatever you call it), might look cheap.. it could turn into a nicer absolute world (which's cladding for the tower portion, not balconies, is only subpar imo).

    but hoping for the best

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    If the glass is really as reflective as it is in that photo then I think it would be a HUGE problem for migratory birds ... surely there are regulations against new buildings with SUPER reflective glass under FLAP (fatal light awareness program) ... unless the builder plans to put in place significant funding for picking up dead birds or caring of injured birds
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solaris View Post
    If the glass is really as reflective as it is in that photo then I think it would be a HUGE problem for migratory birds ... surely there are regulations against new buildings with SUPER reflective glass under FLAP (fatal light awareness program) ... unless the builder plans to put in place significant funding for picking up dead birds or caring of injured birds
    That's an excellent point. Thanks for bring it to my attention. It's something that should be taken into consideration, as constantly killing birds 'cause we want pretty glass is absurd.

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