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  1. Bad Bear

    Toronto | Bay Adelaide Centre | 217.92m | 51s | Brookfield Property | KPMB

    Trump Tower would look much better without the "onion" spire at the top. There, I said it.
  2. Bad Bear

    Toronto | BMO Field Renovations | ?m | ?s | MLSE | Gensler

    Looking good. I'm not a big CFL fan myself but I can't wait to see the Argos finally back there in June.
  3. Bad Bear

    Ïce Condominiums at York Centre | 234m | 67s | Lanterra | architectsAlliance COMPLETE

    That art installation in the courtyard is hideous at best. I guess this is what passes for "art" nowadays. I was of the same opinion when they released the first renderings, but now I think they look much better in person.
  4. Bad Bear

    Toronto | 88 Scott Street | 203.9m | 58s | Concert | P + S / IBI

    I was going to say the same. Don't bring that crap here, thanks.
  5. Bad Bear

    Five St. Joseph | 161m | 48s | Five St. Joseph | Hariri Pontarini COMPLETE

    Off course not. They're part of the design, didn't you see the new renderings?
  6. Bad Bear

    Toronto | Queens Quay & Water's Edge Revitalization | ?m | ?s | Waterfront Toronto

    They should place some signs like this on the streetcar ROW.
  7. Bad Bear

    Toronto | Queens Quay & Water's Edge Revitalization | ?m | ?s | Waterfront Toronto

    We have them too, no need to bring the French in it...
  8. Bad Bear

    Toronto | Union Station Revitalization | ?m | ?s | City of Toronto | NORR

    Love that clock.. it's so classy. You can't go wrong with that. I think the problem with the sculpture is the clumsy pedestal.
  9. Bad Bear

    Toronto | Grange Park | ?m | ?s

    I hope they are not going to replace the old light poles with some modernist sh*t like the ones portrayed in the render.
  10. Bad Bear

    Toronto | Sherbourne Common, Canada's Sugar Beach, and the Water's Edge Promenade | ?m | ?s | Waterfront Toronto | Teeple Architects

    Amazing pics 42, this place is a truly gem. Did you noticed if there were graffiti on Lower Sherbourne along the water channel? I've mailed 311 two weeks ago reporting the problem, but I don't know if the place has been cleaned since then.
  11. Bad Bear

    King Charlotte | 115m | 32s | Lamb Development | architectsAlliance COMPLETE

    If you are replying to me, then I invite you to read my post another time. I'm not talking about architecture, I'm talking about a different result than what was presented in the renderings.
  12. Bad Bear

    King Charlotte | 115m | 32s | Lamb Development | architectsAlliance COMPLETE

    To be honest I don't quite understand UT sometimes. You'd expect strong criticism for what they delivered (like for Theatre Park crow), but then again I suspect some people here just like aA products no matter what. Throw them some nice glass and you'll make them happy, I suppose. I like...
  13. Bad Bear

    The Fountains Of Toronto

    May 29 Courtesy of Taller, Better at Skyscrapercity.com
  14. Bad Bear

    Toronto | The One | 338.3m | 94s | Mizrahi Developments | Foster + Partners

    The first design was way way better, more elegant with the diamond design than this latest proposal. Also, the new roof is quite hideous. I'm disappointed.
  15. Bad Bear

    Toronto | X2 Condominiums | 160.93m | 49s | Lifetime | Wallman Architects

    It's a really good looking building. Too bad that the landscaping design at street level is just bad IMO. That strip of grass/flowers is going to be a muddy receptacle of litter in few months like the X condo's one. Grass on a main sidewalk.. sigh. They don't really learn from their mistakes, uh...
  16. Bad Bear

    Toronto | Sherbourne Common, Canada's Sugar Beach, and the Water's Edge Promenade | ?m | ?s | Waterfront Toronto | Teeple Architects

    There's already some revitalization project for some of the most important parks like Queen's Park. Granted, it won't be Millennium Park but Toronto isn't Chicago and I'm personally fine with that.
  17. Bad Bear

    Toronto | Sherbourne Common, Canada's Sugar Beach, and the Water's Edge Promenade | ?m | ?s | Waterfront Toronto | Teeple Architects

    And that's how you got $300 million on budget deficit, I guess. Do we need a nice monumental park in Toronto? Maybe. Do we need to spend half of a billion for said park? Nope.

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